A toggle is typically used to turn something “on” or “off” on a screen.


  • Caption: What is your control called?  Name it here!
  • Hide Caption: If you’re just labeling your control for your own information but don’t want the text to show in the live screen, check this box.
  • Load State: When the screen loads, what happens to the control?  Is it clickable?  Then it’s Regular.  Disabled?  It’s there but you can’t use it (it’s greyed-out).  Or, if you prefer, you could make the control Hidden in the live screen.
  • Initially Set to On: Set the toggle to on by default
  • Toggle Text: Options include "Blank" / "Yes" or "No" / "On" or "Off" 
  • Width: How wide should your control be in relation to the screen?  Auto means it’ll be the width of the text or icon, Fixed lets you assign a width in pixels, and Full will make it the full width of the section or cell it has been dragged into. You really won’t notice this unless there are other controls in the same cell as the toggle.


  • Caption Color: Choose the caption color.
  • Caption Size: Choose the caption size.
  • Caption Text Align: Specify the alignment of your caption.
  • Caption Align: Change the alignment of your caption.
  • Toggle background color: Set the background color of this control from the preset Method palette.


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