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    Hello,
    How to define a new page as the first page of my project?
    I have 2 pages on my working project ("page_1" & "page_2")
    I would like to add a new page "page_info" to display some information before the current startup page "page_1", with a button to display the "Page_1"

    thanks

    --JL

  • #2
    You can insert the new page at the beginning, when you create it:

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    You can also move existing pages, by using the move commands, Ctrl+PgUp/PgDn keys, or the Organize Pages dialog:

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    Finally, in the On Startup event script, you could define a Page.Jump() to the desired page. As you can see, there are plenty of options for defining the initial page shown to the user.

    Ulrich

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    • #3
      initial problems

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      • #4
        Hello, thanks for your answers.
        I have sorted my page i my project view and all is working as wanted
        Thanks again

        --JL

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jlmenard View Post
          Hello, thanks for your answers.
          I have sorted my page i my project view and all is working as wanted
          Thanks again

          --JL
          sounds great.. all the best

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