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Mobile Dialog

The Mobile Dialog plugin is specifically designed to implement native mobile dialog features in both Android and iOS, for games built using Construct 3 and Construct 2.


The Mobile Dialog plugin features include launching alert message dialogs, confirm dialogs, prompt dialogs and beep sounds in specified frequencies.


Mobile Dialogs can be used to gather input either by text input or option buttons. These are essential native mobile features that can be useful for your mobile applications.

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Introduction

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The Construct Master Collection supports the full and easy integration of native mobile Android SDKs and iOS SDKs for both Construct 3 and Construct 2.


Please click here to learn more about Mobile.

Features


The Mobile Dialog plugin is specifically designed to implement native mobile dialog features in both Android and iOS, for games built using Construct 3 and Construct 2.


The Mobile Dialog plugin features include launching alert message dialogs, confirm dialogs, prompt dialogs and beep sounds in specified frequencies.


Mobile Dialogs can be used to gather input either by text input or option buttons. These are essential native mobile features that can be useful for your mobile applications.


Here are some of the native features of the mobile plugin:

  • Android dialogs

  • iOS dialogs

  • Alert message dialogs

  • Confirm dialogs

  • Prompt dialogs

  • Beep sounds in specified frequency

  • Show dialog to gather text input

  • Show dialog to gather option input

  • Easy and simple to use

For more information about native mobile or Android and iOS features, please click here to learn the introductory lessons to Mobile.


Platform Integration


Here are some of the platforms that are natively supported:

  • Android

  • iOS

  • Native Android

  • Native iOS

  • Windows (Ready)


Build Support


Here are some of the supported build options:


Editor Features


Here are some of the features in the Construct editor:

  • Construct 3

  • Construct 2

Introduction
Features

How to use?

It is easy to use the Mobile Dialog plugin, you will only need to follow the steps below.

1. The first step is to add the Mobile Dialog object into the project.



Instructions
Documentation

Documentation

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ACEs

Actions, Conditions & Expressions

Actions

The following action groups:

  • Easy Dialog

Easy Dialog

  • Alert - Shows a custom alert or dialog box.

    • Message - The Message in the Dialog.

    • Title - The Title of the Dialog.

    • Button Name - The Button Name of the Dialog.

    • Tag - The tag to differentiate requests.


  • Confirm - Displays a customizable confirmation dialog box.

    • Message - The Message in the Dialog.

    • Title - The Title of the Dialog.

    • Button List - The list of buttons, separated by the separator character below.

    • Button Separator - The key used to separate each button from the list. Default is a "," (comma).

    • Tag - The tag to differentiate requests.


  • Prompt - Displays a native dialog box that is more customizable than the browser's prompt function.

    • Message - The Message in the Dialog.

    • Title - The Title of the Dialog.

    • Button List - The list of buttons, separated by the separator character below.

    • Default Text - The Default textbox input value.

    • Button Separator - The key used to separate each button from the list. Default is a "," (comma).

    • Tag - The tag to differentiate requests.


  • Beep - The device plays a beep sound.

    • Count - The number of beeps.

Conditions

The following condition groups:

  • Easy Dialog

  • Tools

Easy Dialog

  • On Alert - Triggered when an alert dialog has been shown successfully.

    • Tag - The tag to differentiate requests.​


  • On Confirm - Triggered when a confirm dialog has been shown successfully.

    • Tag - The tag to differentiate requests.​​


  • On Prompt - Triggered when a prompt dialog has been shown successfully.

    • Tag - The tag to differentiate requests.​​​


Tools

  • Compare Confirm Button - Compare the selected button of the confirm dialog.

    • Position - The position of the pressed button on the confirm dialog. In the order of 1, 2, 3, etc.


  • Compare Prompt Button - Compare the selected button of the prompt dialog.

    • Position - The position of the pressed button on the prompt dialog. In the order of 1, 2, 3, etc.

Expressions