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9th March 2014, 01:08 PM   |  #1  
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Hi,

Is there a way to make some actions (like change the color of a shape or move a shape, hide a bitmap etc.) by taping on an object (bitmap, shape, etc.)

Thanks a lot
9th March 2014, 01:53 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by karlichon

Hi,

Is there a way to make some actions (like change the color of a shape or move a shape, hide a bitmap etc.) by taping on an object (bitmap, shape, etc.)

Thanks a lot

By internal means no, with the additional help of Tasker yes. If that is an option for you and you want some more details on the how just ask
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By internal means no, with the additional help of Tasker yes. If that is an option for you and you want some more details on the how just ask

Yes thanks a lot I Found a very powerfull way with Tasker !

1) Create a Task in Tasker :
- In Tasker, tab Task click "+"
- Gives a name
- Select :Plugin -> Zooper widget
- Click on the pen in Config bar
- In text field Variable ZW : Give a name to the Variable (ex: MyZooperVar)
- In text field Text ZW : Enter a value (ex: 2)
- Click the save icon
- Your variable must appears under Config section (ex: #TMyZooperVar# = 2
- Go back and select an icon (internal, blank icon for exemple)
- Go back, your task must appears in the list

2) Add an on tap action in zooper widget :
- Create a shape or a bitmap
- Click on "module on tap"
- select Shortcuts -> tasker -> "select your tak"

3) When you click on your bitmap, the tasker task runs and the variable #TMyZooperVar# should be equal to the value "2"

4) For exemple, in order to slide a cursor :
- Create a shape as a cursor
In this exemple, init_pos is the initial position of the shape and offset is the number of pixels to slide for each tab
- In Advanced section of the shape, enter : "[ox]$init_pos+(offset * #TMyZooperVar#)$[/ox]
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