NameIn the Name section, you can change the name and description of the label. The label name is not displayed, but is part of RedEye’s accessibility feature, which allows those with difficulty seeing to receive auditory feedback through the OS when they select different controls.
Label TypeIn the Type section, you can specify whether the label has any function when tapped. There are four label types:
- Display only labels are there for appearance only – tapping on them does not generate any action.
- Button labels work like hyperlinks. You can assign a single action to a button label. (If you want a macro button, please use the script type, as described below.)
- Repeating button labels work like repeating buttons. That is, they function as do Normal buttons when tapped and released. However, if you tap and hold a repeating button label, the label’s action is repeated rapidly until you release it. This type of label is useful for things such as volume and channel functions that “ramp” when you hold them down.
- Script images execute scripts when tapped. More information on scripting and advanced configuration is available in the RedEye Advanced Programming Manual.