Radio buttons are used to select one of a predefined set of mutually exclusive options. To define the radio buttons, you can drag in multiple instances of the same control object onto the XTouch panel. Each instance of the control object will represent one button within a group of radio buttons. 

Input/Output Selectors
Input/output selectors provide a drop-down button.
Ctrl + Click and drag the drop-down item onto an XTouch Control. 

Copy + Paste (Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V) the item onto the grid for the number of buttons needed. Resize the items.

In Object Property, change the Dial Type to Radio Button.

Since the Output Selector nodes are already labelled (Page Z1, Page Z2, Page Z3...etc)., the buttons will self label when assigned.

Select the first button. In Object Property under Control Action Value, select the desired option.

Follow the same process for all remaining buttons.

If you would like to control more than one item (Ex. stereo selector) with one button, stack the drop-down buttons on top of each other. In Object Property, the selected button will control all items listed in Control Parameters.

Logic Radio Buttons
Drag the Radio button module onto the XTouch work area.

Copy + Paste (Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V) the item onto the grid for the number of buttons needed. Resize the items.

In Object Property, change the Dial Type to Radio button. The Control Action Value will display as -1. Change the value accordingly.
-1 represents nothing (no function).
0 represents the first item.
1 represents the second item.
2 represents the third item, and so on.

To label the radio buttons, drag in a Label from Component Library.
Resize the label to the same size as the button. Type a name in Label Text.
Change the object and text color. (If you only want to see the text, change the object color to Transparent Black).
Then move the label to the side. 

Highlight the Radio buttons and change the font color to Transparent Black (No color/Invisible).

Overlay the Label on top of the Radio buttons.

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