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[NXC UserInteraction Library]

int createMultiInfoDialog (string& dialogTexts_[], string exitText_ = "Exit", string previousText_ = "Prev", string nextText_ = "Next")

Info dialogDisplay multiple info dialogs where the NXT arrow keys can be used to switch between the screens.

Parameters:
dialogTexts_[] Array of strings to be used on different screens.
exitText_ (Optional) String displayed for the left or right arrow when there is no screen to navigate to. Default = "Exit"
previousText_ (Optional) String for the left arrow button. Default = "Prev"
nextText_ (Optional) String for the right arrow button. Default = "Next"

Returns:
int 1 if user saw all dialogs, 0 otherwise

Related:
int createInfoDialog (string dialogText_, string stringButtonText_ = "OK")


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