How to make an Invisible Button in Microsoft Power Apps
Invisible Power Apps buttons are worthwhile as they allow you to have the ability to hover over something such as an image and the mouse indicate that it can be clicked. Without it the user doesn’t know that an action is possible. It’s super simple and here’s how to make one.
First create a button
Then go to the following properties and update them as follows
Fill = Transparent
BorderThickness = 0 (not absolutely necessary), might even be something you could play around with.
HoverFill = Self.Fill (or Transparent)
PressedFill = Self.Fill
DisabledFill = Self.Fill – this one caught me out for a bit until I realised what was going on
Now you see it – now you don’t!
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