I have two instances that this needs to apply to. I have a few icons in my CARD view and a main image in a DETAIL view. I’d like to set the images so they are non-clickable and do not lead to a view/look at the image. Any way to achieve this?
This is not possible for the moment.
Could you have an on click action that just returns you to the view you are in. I haven’t tested it but I think I have heard of it being done?
Hi @Tony_Insua you could use a SHOW column with type image. I think show type images are not clickable.
And @Lynn said you could set the ON CLICK action to an Action that does nothing. For example create a grouped Action with no Action in it. Then assign this Action to the ON CLICK.
HI @Fabian thanks, I did part 1 of your suggestion. I set the column from image to show. When I went into the UX card view under image, the selection to IMAGE no longer showed. I don’t think you can select a show type column on the image piece of the card view.
For part two, could you walk me through what the action would be?
Which is the option I would need to pick?
you must choose: app:go to another view within app, and in the formula just put “”
Hi @FREDY_ORTEGON great, done. How do I apply it the picture image of the CARD view where my icons are?
Could you show me what you mean by a capture?
Here are the icons on my CARD view:
How do I apply this action on the image (which includes the icon) so that it does not lead to a view/look at the image?
How do apply the action “app:go to another view within app” target “” towards these icons?
In the CARDS view you cannot place an action only on the image, you can do it by clicking on the section (1) that I show you in the image. and section (2) you select the action you want.
@FREDY_ORTEGON This worked! Thank you for sharing the screenshot. I did not realize you can click on the broader card to control the “on click” action. Amazing.
You will find a Card View where the “On Click” is set to “None”.
But you can go to Detail view via Action “Go to details”.
In Detail view, please compare the first with the second image. The first is of type “Image” and is clickable. The second is of type “Show” and is not clickable.
I’m curious, why you need this?
Just wanted to mention that this demonstration helped a lot. It achieved what I was looking to do.