Best way to hide info on a graphic and not allow advancement until all info has been read.
Hi everyone! Ok so I've read a ton of posts here and I still can't seem to figure out how (or the best/easiest way) to use a graphic (one graphic) to hide information for the learner to read and them have them click on parts of it to reveal the information all the while making sure the next button is hidden or disabled until they click on all of the parts of the graphic (in no particular order). For example, I have a graphic with four leaves...I tell the learner, "click on each leaf to read the info." I want the info (obviously) hidden at first then when they click on it, for it to appear. When they have clicked all four leaves, they can then advance to the next slide. I have tried hotspots, transparent rectangles but I still can't seem to figure out how to get what I want. I ended up cutting up a another graphic so I could have individual shapes as layers but isn't there a way to do this so I don't have to do that to all my graphics? Help! Also, I am by no means super experienced with Articulate so detailed steps would be appreciated.