When the display hardware selected in Powervision includes a Touch Screen, then the graphic widgets in the Page designer Toolbox will include a new set of attributes for Touch Functionality. These include the following:
The Touch Zone is defined by the widgets Bounding Box. In the text widget below, the bounding box that appears when you select the widget, represents the boundary of the Touch Zone. This of course can be resized as needed as well as background primitives can be added so the user can see the button.
Touch Zone Hierarchy
Touch buttons have their own hierarchy much like layers do. The touch button that is at the very top both on its order in a page and the layer the page is on overrides all buttons in that same area underneath it but only if it is activated.
To activate a touch button simply map and Event, Go to View, or Disable Key functions to any of the buttons Touch Actions.
Blocking Touch Buttons
A graphic element on a higher layer placed over the top of a touch button on a lower layer does not block that touch buttons functionality. For example if you have the Menu Layer showing that contains several touch buttons then you receive a fault message and display that on the Pop-Up layer with a solid background image, the menu buttons underneath will still be active. Even though the user cannot see the touch buttons under the background, they are still functional and if the user touches the screen in that area the buttons actions will fire.
To prevent lower layer touch buttons from firing, add a image or rectangle widget that covers the entire screen then select "Disable Key" from the Touch Action selector. This will block all touch functions underneath it but you will still be able to add new touch buttons on top of it.