Thank you so much for the input! But, I already actually have this project made, and I do have logic that only one motor can run at a time. I use the visibility state to perform a “disable.” My button is actually a colored circle, so, I created a duplicate graphic that sits on top of the toggle circle that does nothing so that it simulates the button disabled, and is toggled visible or not depending on a flag if the other motor is on.
I made this project years ago. My question was more so hoping for a disable feature for the graphic click so that I don’t have to mess with duplicate graphics and have to painstakingly line them up or pull them just a teeny bit a part to access the one underneath if I need to change anything, and then re-align them. I have to do this duplicate graphic way because I need the graphic to still show (red off, green on) for user situational awareness. I also turn on the IO directly from the Display because I want as close to an instantaneous response in turning off the motors as possible for safety purposes because of what the motors control compressors. If I turn the motors on in the strategy based on a variable, I’m weary of lag in turning them off/on.
I was hoping the PAC Display software had maybe a new feature or if there was some attribute that I was overlooking.
Sorry for the essay and the lack of clarity.