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This feature is related to all versions.
Maestro comes with the Modal Page component, which represents a start or an end point where a form user must perform a task, an action, or make a decision, for example submit form data or cancel a form. A Modal Page can contain critical information or involve multiple tasks.
This component inherits properties and shared styles from the Form component.
- Open the Palette pane in the Maestro Editor.
- Locate the Modal Page component within the Containers folder.
- Drag the component into the View pane or the Wireframe.
- Configure the component's properties via the Properties pane.
The following properties are available to the Modal Page component:
The browser page / tab icon for this form
The icon used for popover help
Auto-Send Confirmation Emails
This property will auto-send an email on submit and save to the contact email address
Auto-Scroll Checkbox/Radio Button Selection
This property will enable auto-scroll to checkboxes/radio buttons to the middle of screen on selection
This property will prompt a confirm dialog if the user tries to leave the page.
Leave Page Warning Message
This property will replace the default message for the leave page warning.
This text will be concatenated to the end of the label when a field is deemed mandatory.
This message will be used when Form.submit, Form.taskUrlNavigate and Form.postData methods are called.
This message will be announced to screen readers when the modal has loaded. Otherwise the label will be used
If checked, the title will be updated with the current progress of the application.
New Window Link Warning Message
This text will be concatenated to the end of link text and read out on focus to screen readers.
This will enable pinch-to-zoom on mobile devices. This is not normally needed with good responsive design, but some accessibility reviews require it.
(Optional) Identifies form within site context.
Session Expiry Redirect Timeout (Seconds)
Perform redirect after session expiry timeout
Auto Background Save Interval (Seconds)
Performs an auto background save using the interval (In Seconds) entered, if set to blank it will never auto-save
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