Adding Clickable Transparent Object

December 12, 2018
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Adding Clickable Transparent Object

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December 12, 2018

HI. I have an image with various buttons. I want the user to hear some instruction, then click the highlighted boxes around multiple buttons one at a time to view the related text.  When the next button is clicked, the text from the first button is replaced by the second. They can continue clicking highlighted buttons until the ‘Next’ button is selected.

Maybe I’m tired, but I am having no luck with using State view.

Any help would be appreciated. I miss the SWF options. It was so easy to do rollovers, etc.

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2018-12-12 17:15:00
2018-12-12 17:15:00

Thank you. Removing the built in states worked.

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2018-12-12 17:18:08
2018-12-12 17:18:08
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Did you read that blog post to solve the problem with the Next button appearing after all has been viewed?

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2018-12-12 09:25:59
2018-12-12 09:25:59

Here is the link to the blog post I was talking about:

https://elearning.adobe.com/2018/07/force-clicking-hotspots-comparison-2-workflows/

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2018-12-12 09:24:26
2018-12-12 09:24:26

I hope you are not talking about a Fluid Boxes project, because you cannot stack buttons on images in such a project.

For a non-repsonsive project, create a shape button styls: set Alpah=0, Stroke = 0, take out the Rollover and Down Inbuilt styles and maybe add the hand cursor. Create your ‘overlay buttons) with that style.

Use another shape to create a multistate object (not a button): Normal state can be transparent (Alpha = 0 and Stroke =0). THe other state have the information you want.

As for the Next button, maybe have a look at my blog post. Will add the link in another answer, to avoid waiting time for modetaion.

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