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Tooltips provide text labels that help explain the function of a button or other user interface action. Wrap the button in a Tooltip widget to show a label when the widget long pressed (or when the user takes some other appropriate action).


Hello, in this video, I am going to show you how to implement a tooltip. a tooltip provides essential text labels that help explain any other sort of widget that you want to implement inside of it, honestly, really, really simple. So if I add a tooltip, like so to tip, the only required thing is a message at least to get it compiling. But technically more than that, we're going to cover that in a second. So if I put in here, a tween tick, and I saying that, that's what we said, we don't get anything. That's because even though you will compile, you need to add a chart.

There are other properties like the height of hiding, I want to experiment with the other properties yourself. And I'm going to provide the link to the official documentation. So you can take a look at all of that. But the chart is what we're interested in these in any sort of widget. I'm going to keep it Next item. If I were to click it, nothing happens to this piece of text.

But to activate a tooltip if we hold it, so I hold the mouse down, the tooltip comes up saying this, the total wish disappeared. So if I keep pressing gap, and I click off it, it will disappear a lot faster compared to me just waiting, it will disappear. It just takes a little bit longer. That's really all there is to, you know, two tips. Here you can implement what ever told you want whatever widget you want as an extra task on what you to implement. Let's have a look.

I think an icon button would be cool. And because that way icon button doesn't have any text. This is a great way of providing some extra information about what that button does without having it always on this screen. That's it for the tooltip video. If you have any questions, feel free to comment A message and unusual. I look forward to seeing you in the next video.

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