I just had to share this, because I’m so damned excited that we (@Santiago_Perez1 and myself) actually made it work.
So what’s going on there??
- It’s an Inline List using a Tiles Layout, but each row of tiles is behaving like an individual choice component
- The tiles are arranged in “pairs” where the words in the left column of tiles have opposite meanings to the words in the right column
- As each tile is tapped, the word in the tile is added to the list shown at the top
- Tap the tile again, and the word is removed from the list
- The use case is we want the user to be able to select either one of each pair, or neither - but NOT both
- And that’s where the “magic” kicks in… because selecting a tile where the opposing tile is already selected will cause that opposing tile to be de-selected and removed from the list.
- Why is that magic? Because each word is in a different spreadsheet row…
HUGE kudos to @Santiago_Perez1 for helping me to get this working. We’ve been bouncing ideas off each other for a couple of days, and finally cracked it on a marathon hangout call earlier today. It was a lot of fun (And also @Jeff_Hager - we used your Reset Multiple Rows example as a starting point)