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FileMaker Basics Lesson 35: Self-Closing Custom Dialogs

This is the thirty-fifth video in our FileMaker Basics series, which covers topics for beginning-level developers. This video teaches you how to create custom dialog boxes that notify users when certain scripts are triggered. Custom dialog boxes can be programmed to close automatically to serve as a warning for users that they don’t need to dismiss manually.

Tune in next Friday, when we’ll release our thirty-sixth video. If you have questions, or if there is a FileMaker topic you would like us to cover, please leave us a note in the comments section! We would love to know where you use custom dialog boxes in your solution. Happy developing!

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