Just to tag along.
I like the grey icon image idea, that’s a good one.
Then instead of using a single action as the gallery view event action (I bet you have it set to a navigation action right now) - instead use a composite action.
This way you can put several actions in stack to run when someone taps the gallery. If you include conditions on the actions for when they should or should not run, you can create incredibly complex navigation behavior - with all kinds of checks and things.
Also, if you wanted to display a message on the greyed out form - to let them know it’s possible to fill out and they need to come back or what not - you could include an alert action (as I call them).
The basic setup is you create an action that does nothing, but include the alert message - so when the action fires off, the alert pops up, but since the action does nothing… nothing happens when they confirm/continue.
Two ways to set this up:
- create a composite action with no actions in it - but since you need this inside a composite action;
- create a data-set action (Data: set the value of some columns in this row) to set a column to itself.
If I change [Name] (that has a value of “Matt”) to [Name] = “Matt” - no edit has been made… but if you turn on the confim you get a pop up.
Hope it helps