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    I’m trying to do something similar to your Stanford Printers Print Order sample. The difference is that the button shape I’m being asked for is not rectagular. It’s more of an arrow-shaped graphic. Is there any way to change the shape of a button, or add button functionality (open a page) to a graphic? The button would need 3 “states”, like you have in Stanford Printers:

    – inactive not selected

    – selected / rolover

    – selected / active

    Thanks for any help or advice.

    Ray P.



    Button shapes aren’t supported but using the picture object Upload your graphic(s) as an ‘asset’ to the form then insert it to the form as a picture. for these different states, You can have many picture objects layered over each other and control which one shows from standard conditions to acheive the similar effect to the button states



    OK – got it. I just did a quick proof of concept and that works…



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