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I want to have four CheckBoxes A, B, C and D:

B,C and D change their status on mouse click, in the usual way. And A is checked automatically only when all B, C and D are checked, A doesn't response to mouse click.

Illustration The CheckBox status can also be saved.

Can anyone help me with that?

  • Let me make sure I understand. You want this done in Latex? I had no idea Latex can now do GUI and read mouse clicks also (not been following Tikz development lately). But may be Javascript might be easier for this task than Latex? – Nasser May 26 at 7:14
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    Yes, I want this done in LaTex. Features like ocmd from package ocgx2 can do similar work, but the status cannot be saved. So I wonder if there is a way to do this. – Neymar87 May 26 at 7:17
  • I see. I did not know about these packages, should look into it. Thanks. – Nasser May 26 at 7:19
  • you probably will need javascript. – Ulrike Fischer May 26 at 7:31
  • @ Ulrike Fischer Yep, it seems difficult with LaTex. I'll try Javascript. Thanks – Neymar87 May 26 at 7:38

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