Last modified: August 16, 2011 14:56:26.

Navigation buttons

Navigation buttons, represented as graphic shapes, are used for navigation through slides. By clicking on this button during playback, you’ll instruct the CU3ER to perform 3D transition and to show previous or next defined slide.

Navigation buttons

Video tutorial: 7min 02sec
What you will learn:
  • OverviewMain aspects of Navigation buttons visual add-on.
  • Button propertiesSetting Navigation buttons appearance.
  • Symbol propertiesSetting Navigation buttons Symbol appearance.
  • Navigation buttons tweeningManaging Navigation buttons Tween views behaviour.

Each navigation button has a number of settings grouped under:

  • Button properties tab
  • Symbol properties tab

Button properties

Available panels and corresponding settings:

  1. Align & Offset - relative alignment and offset from current relative position.
  2. Size - width & height in px
  3. Transform - scale X and scale Y
  4. Tint & Alpha - changing color and alpha values
  5. Round Corners - top, right, bottom & left corner radius values
  6. Visibility - way of handling displaying object during and after the end of each transition
  7. Animation - duration, delay and easy function attribute for corresponding tween modes.

Symbol properties

Available panels and corresponding settings:

  1. Type - dropdown with available graphics to use them as navigation symbols. Numbers represent the graphic as shown on the image below:
  2. Align & Offset - relative alignment and offset from current relative position.
  3. Transform - scale X and scale Y
  4. Tint & Alpha - changing color and alpha values
  5. Visibility - way of handling displaying object during and after the end of each transition
  6. Animation - duration, delay and easy function attribute for corresponding tween modes.