Touch Button Interaction

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Touch Button Interaction

Postby kanter18 » 10 Mar 2013, 20:30

Hello,

Sorry for my english..

I have two buttons close. I use a multi-touchscreen. If i press on it, (touchEnter or touchPress) at the same time on this two buttons, it's play two actions on the same time.
I try to use: Enabled or Inactive Actived, but always two actions.
How can i do not to play two action at the same time? If there multiple users on a show...



Thank you for your answer.

Christian.
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Re: Touch Button Interaction

Postby chriss0212 » 12 Mar 2013, 07:29

hi christian

can you post a small example? dont realy get your problem!

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Re: Touch Button Interaction

Postby TobiTobsen » 12 Mar 2013, 08:39

Hi,
if I got you right, you want to disable one button if the other one is pressed?

You can use touch inside state, invert it logically and connect it to the enable state of your other button...


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Re: Touch Button Interaction

Postby Christian Krix Schmidt » 12 Mar 2013, 08:44

I think he means that both buttons get triggered at the same time by pressing just one of them. The buttons are probably so small and close together that they are both accidentally triggered. Maybe the touchscreen is calibrated too sensitive? Christian, could you clarify your problem please?
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Re: Touch Button Interaction

Postby kanter18 » 19 Mar 2013, 10:58

Ok,
I try to explain:

If i have this two Sphere like Touch button (exemple.jpg); and if i press (TouchEnter ) at the same time with two finger, it will play actions of this two buttons.
How do you do to use menu items (i'm not sure for that words)?
How to prevent from not play two buttons actions if you press on it exactly at the same time?
( I use Dell ST222OT )
Ok, i made a short MP4 movie with my pbm Ventuz.
Look at Ventuz.zip

Thanks a lot.
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Re: Touch Button Interaction

Postby kanter18 » 19 Mar 2013, 10:59

( my display is Dell ST222OT )
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Re: Touch Button Interaction

Postby chriss0212 » 19 Mar 2013, 19:31

ok...funny...

it seems you are the first who dont want to use the multitouch feature :-)

if you want to make sure, that only one trigger can be done you have to disable button2 as long as button1 is pressed and vice versa!

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Re: Touch Button Interaction

Postby kanter18 » 25 Mar 2013, 10:14

I try your idea , but i have the same pbm. Inactive on Tape and Holp. Always the same pbm.
i used TouchEnter to play an action because some TouchScreen have pbm to understand Single Tap.
But, same pbm in single Tap.

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Re: Touch Button Interaction

Postby chriss0212 » 25 Mar 2013, 20:17

try inactive on pressed!

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Re: Touch Button Interaction

Postby kanter18 » 26 Mar 2013, 07:52

chriss0212 wrote:try inactive on pressed!

greetz

christian


Excuse me but what do you want to explain by "on pressed" ?

With TouchButton, i have: SingleTap, TapAndHold, TouchBegin, TouchEnd, TouchEnter, TouchBegin..

Could you explain the Node link please, or maybe by a small exemple if you have some time to loose on that.

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