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toggle button grain

  • Hey dritydrops

    Thats actually very easy. If you have a grain png/Image then you can just add the toggle button from the UI Widget of Lensstudio.

    Add a behavior script and change the touch target to "background image" of the toggle button.

    The "target" should be your grain image. And then just change the response to "toggle".

    If there are any questions left, dont hesitate to ask us :D




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  • i’m not really sure how to do the @ thing on here but hopefully you get this, so that worked but is there a to have it turn back on after you just switched it off (add me on snap so i can show you?) dritydrops

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  • nvm i got it !!! thank you so much sir
    to anyone else follow his steps then if it it doesn’t turn on and off before you take the picture make the touch target the ui panel image or if you need help add me and i’ll show you

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  • Hey dritydrops

    Sorry i didnt got a notification :/  You can just write "@" and behind that just the name for example:  "@Marcel"  

    If you have the response to "toggle" then it should work when switching on and off.

    But glad to here that it worked for you :D




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  • Do you guys have any project example of this please


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  • yes, i can send you the iso files please drop your email and i will send them there :)

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  • dritydrops, can you send me file too, please.

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  • can you @heyitz.miguel and @Xhensila add me my snap username is my username name; it will make it easier

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  • what do i set the response type

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  • hey! to better help you visually please add me on snapchat my snapchat is my username name

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  • added

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