I recently made a small app in App Designer where the user could provide inputs via switches/buttons, and a number of responses could be observed.
Some of these responses were a lamp changing colour from red to green, some were text changing from grey to red, and some were a textbox/area becoming visible/invisible for example.
I am now attempting to recreate the same app using Simulink and Stateflow, as Stateflow allows for more efficient behavioural modelling.
For the GUI I've used dashboard blocks (lamps, text areas etc.) and for the lamps changing colour, it's as simple as connecting them to the right output from the model.
However, I'm struggling to find a way to get text to change colour in response to a signal, or for an area to appear/disappear, etc. For example, say I've got a line of text that says 'WARNING', and it starts greyed out. I'd like it to turn bright red when the user presses a certain Dashboard button/switch.
In App Designer I was able to do this using callbacks, and I'm just wondering if anyone knows the method for doing the same in Simulink?