How do I use tooltip string in app designer
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Frank van Diggelen il 11 Apr 2017
I want to have help text when the cursor hovers over buttons created in app designer.
With uicontrol in a figure I can do this with: uicontrol('Style', 'Pushbutton', 'String', 'Hello','ToolTipString','This is the tooltip string')
but how do you do this within app designer?
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Timothy Stewart il 18 Set 2018
2018b supports Tooltips.
"Tooltips: Create custom tooltips for UI components in apps Set the Tooltip property on a UI component to display a tooltip when the user hovers the mouse over the component at run time. Tooltips display even when the components are disabled.
The Tooltip property is available for UI components in App Designer apps and in figures created with the uifigure function.
If you are creating an app using GUIDE or the figure function, use the Tooltip property instead of the TooltipString property on UIControl, Table, Tab, PushTool, and ToggleTool UI components. For details, see TooltipString property is not recommended."
Melissa Williams il 25 Ott 2018
In 18b App Designer, you can use the Property Inspector from code or design view to add tooltips to your components - the code will automatically be generated for you as for other property sets.
Sonia Suarez il 2 Ott 2017
on your opening function for your guide try:
handles.pushbutton1.TooltipString=['This is the Tooltip string!', char(10), ... 'And a 2nd line also.']);
Gianluigi il 7 Nov 2018
Hi, I have installed the R2018b but still I am not able to add a tooltipstring to any element, button, listbox, etc