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Power Apps | Variables exercise | Use a variable to display a message if a user pauses a video
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The idea behind this message is to display a label when a user presses paws on the video they are watching:
When your users paws the video, a message should appear asking them to press play to resume it.
Although this uses a multimedia file, don't worry - you don't need to know anything about these (the exercise will guide you through).
Start by creating a new app called Stop that cat. Add a video:
Choose this Insert menu option to add a video player control.
Now add the video in the folder shown at the start of this exercise to this video control:
Choose this option to add a media file (in this case a short video of Annie, the cat).
Everything will now be controlled by a variable called IfShowLabel which we'll create and set. Set these properties:
|The video player control||OnPause||An action to set the value of this variable to true|
|The video player control||OnStart||An action to set the value of this variable to false|
|The label||Visible||The value of your variable|
When you run the app, pausing the video should display your message, and restarting it should hide it!
The video only lasts 7 seconds, and wouldn't win any awards.
When you've finished testing your app, save it and close it down.