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== Example ==
 
== Example ==
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Here is a typical example (this works only with PDF viewers which are JavaScript compatible, such as Adobe Acrobat):
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\setuppapersize[S6][S6]
 
\setuppapersize[S6][S6]
 
\setupinteraction[state=start]
 
\setupinteraction[state=start]
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\stoptext
 
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 09:26, 12 May 2010

\tooltip

Syntax

\tooltip[...]{...}{...}
[...] left right middle
{...} text
{...} text


Description

Example

Here is a typical example (this works only with PDF viewers which are JavaScript compatible, such as Adobe Acrobat):

\setuppapersize[S6][S6]
\setupinteraction[state=start]
\setupcolors[state=start]

\starttext
Here is an example: by saying
\type{\tooltip[left]{Example}{Is it nice}}, we get 
\blank
\midaligned{\tooltip[bottom]{Example}{Isn't it nice?}}
\blank

This file when opened in Adobe Acrobat will show the tooltip "Isn't it nice?" when one hovers over the word "Example".

\blank
\midaligned{\tooltip[bottom]{an example}{Isn't it nice?}  of tooltip on the bottom}
\blank
\midaligned{an example of tooltip on the \tooltip[right]{right}{Isn't it nice?}}
\blank
\midaligned{\tooltip[left]{an}{Isn't it nice?}  example of tooltip on the left}

\stoptext

See also