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    Default Change state property within a current state?

    Is there a way to change a state property to use the default property

    example: default button_inactive is visible then when i change the state it changes to button_active

    how could i change the current state(keep everything else the same) and just change button_active back to button_inactive

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    1. PropertyChanges { target: back_normal; x: 222; y: 5; }
    2. PropertyChanges { target: back_inactive; x: -(parent.width * 500); }
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    default would be back_inactive x: 222; y: 5

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    Default Re: Change state property within a current state?

    You change the state by assigning the state name to object's "state" property.
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