How to add touchscreen buttons to the Core S3
Don01 last edited by
Somehow I'm unable to find an answer to this seemingly simple question..
I have never used UiFlow 1, but it appears to be very easy to add buttons that can be pressed on the touchscreen. A button element appears to be right there in the list on the left hand side.
However, in UiFlow 2.0, the button element appears to be missing in the list on the left hand side.
How can UI butttons be added in UiFlow 2.0?
Thank you in advance for letting me know.
IsoEek last edited by
Did you figure out how to add buttons? I have a S3 coming Monday. I'll share how to do it if I figure it out. I'm new to programming, but I'll do my best to help you.
mtylerjr last edited by mtylerjr
There is probably some funtionality around that that hasnt been added yet (still in alpha)
But maybe add the "Touch" component, and the "Logic" component to your program, and see if you can do something with this type of pattern:
(touchpoint is just a variable I added)
I havent tried this - I was just looking around in UIflow2 for what could be used.
It looks like you might need to manually check if a touch point is within some drawn UI feature, and handle that yourself.
In any case, I couldnt find anything that looked like screen/touchbutton event handlers, only physical gpio pin push event handlers.
gerber2 last edited by
I had the same problem, it seems like on S3, the libraries are not extended that far. I was struggling though with the touch count. When I touch the screen, it increases to 1, and even after a 10sec sleep, and a "touch update", it still shows 1 for another two iterations, until it goes back to 0.
With this, it's kind of not usable for me unfortunately. I will have to wait for the next proper version I assume?
IsoEek last edited by
That's unfortunate to hear.
Gunter Braga last edited by
I also encountered this difficulty in UiFlow 2.0, but I was able to successfully add buttons to the screen in an alternative way, but it worked very well. The code is very simple and only serves to demonstrate a way to implement buttons on the touch screen. On the screen, there are three buttons that, when pressed, adjust the screen brightness according to the brightness percentage written on them.