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What is hot text? |
How do I decide whether to use hot text?
How do I show the user which text is hot?
How do I make hot text that pops up a new window?
How do I make hot text perform an action?
How do I make pictures and non-text objects hot?
Why can't the compiler find my hot text?
Why doesn't my hot text formatting appear in the guide?
Why doesn't hot text work when the user clicks it?
<hot object> command makes the paragraph or graphic that follows it clickable. (Since Apple Guide defines hot areas as rectangles rather than regions, the whole rectangle surrounding the graphic or text block will be clickable, so this command isn't suitable for making graphics with very irregular shapes into clickable objects.) The
<hot object> command has one parameter, the event that is executed when the user clicks the object. As with the
<hot text> command, this can be any event that you can define in GuideScript, but it's most often either a