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I would like to create a few dynamics panel like on www.ted.com.

I have following problems:

  • I would like to use one dynamic panel that will move on every image.
  • I've created a case statement:

OnMouseEnter:

Bring `Panel1`to `Front`
Show `Panel1`
Move `Panel1` to 320,145

Moving cursor on panel causes blinking.

I would like do get rid of blinking effect.

  • I would like also to create a condition that panel would disappear only when moving out of it.
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This is off-topic here. How to use an app, even an app that UX experts use, belongs elsewhere (maybe on SuperUser) –  Charles Boyung Dec 10 '11 at 16:55
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I wouldn't agree. On stackoverflow there are plenty of questions about Eclipse usage and configuration. And they aren't flagged off-topic, mainly because Eclipse is tool used by programmers. Thus questions about Axure used by UX experts are also valid on this page IHMO. –  pixel Dec 10 '11 at 17:22
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Just because SO does some things a certain way doesn't mean that all of the SE sites should as well. Math.SE doesn't allow questions about how to use a calculator, does it? Precedent here is that specifics on how to use one tool or another are not on-topic here. –  Charles Boyung Dec 10 '11 at 19:13
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Sorry, You didn't convinced me :) There is no mention about not asking questions about tools closely related to UX in faq or meta. Apart from that, there are also quite few tool related question on this site: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/5570/google-drawing-wireframing or ux.stackexchange.com/questions/831/which-prototyping-tools . Should they also be flagged as off-topic? –  pixel Dec 10 '11 at 21:23
    
I agree with @pixel that this is not necessarily off-topic for UX.SE, although we might not be able to give the best answers. When a tool has its own forum, one is likely to get the best answers to the sort of question there, as I mentioned in my answer. Still, I don't think this should be closed. –  Daniel Newman Dec 12 '11 at 22:12

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Without seeing exactly what you're trying to do (e.g. the RP file), it's hard to know exactly what's going wrong, but I would suspect it's a problem with OnMouseOut... generally, for complex dynamic panels, you need to create a mouse-out "moat" as opposed to using the 'stock' MouseOut interaction.

However, for questions like these, it's probably best that you go to the Axure forums, and ask it there. The folks there know this tool inside and out, so they're be able to give you a better answer than the general UX.SE community.

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