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Using PanelOverlay Windows

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Using PanelOverlay Windows

The UX component allows you to display PanelOverlays that "float" on top of a Panel. By showing and hiding the PanelOverlay you can make the PanelOverlay behave much like a "window". Check out the video to see how it's done.

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The UX component allows you to display PanelOverlays that "float" on top of a Panel. By showing and hiding the PanelOverlay you can make the PanelOverlay behave much like a "window".

In this video, we show how the "PanelOverlay is window" property is used to turn a PanelOverlay into a window that is initially hidden and shown on demand by executing the "PanelOverlay window show" action in Action JavaScript.


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