A popup widget hotspot, when tapped displays a pop up 'dialog box' which contains the content of the related resource folder. This could be used to expand on items such as T&Cs for example.
Hotspot = Popup1
Note: The popup will only display the first page in the resource folder; one PDF/image/video per popup. This means that you can use S1-1.png, S1-2.pdf etc, but S2-1 and onwards would be ignored.
|Hotspot URL||Popup1, Popup2, Popup# etc)|
|Hotspot options||contentsize=<n>:<n>, placement=<left,right,above,below> (see below for details)|
|Examples||Pop up example|
|contentsize=<n>:<n>||A designated size for the image, If the image is the correct size and is an image or pdf then this isn't required, as the size will be automatically recognised. Keep in mind the device bounds as landscape mode will have a smaller height than that of portrait. Sizes should be kept under 700px for content|
|placement=<left,right,above,below>||Where you want the popup to appear relative to the point, eg. placement=left will force the popup to appear on the left of the hotspot region, if it will not fit then it will be forced to the particular side even if the arrow doesn't point to the actual region.|
Popup1 Popup2,placement=right Popup3,contentsize=100:100 Popup4,contentsize=500:500,placement=above
If there is more than one slide/page in the resource folder, the page to display in the popup can be specified by using page=n. e.g. Popup1,page=3
When displaying content from a website via a .url file inside a popup, there is an option to allow scrolling if the web content is not sized to suit the popup window. e.g. Popup1,enableScroll
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