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Chase Lawrence

I kinda figured there was no way to change the state of a hot spot seeing how the edit states button was disabled when I clicked on the hot spot.  I was hoping there was a way to trick articulate into thinking that each hotspot was it's own object.  But now that I know what you've told me, it's helped me to look at my project with a different approach.

Michael Hinze

Chase Lawrence said:

I kinda figured there was no way to change the state of a hot spot seeing how the edit states button was disabled when I clicked on the hot spot.  I was hoping there was a way to trick articulate into thinking that each hotspot was it's own object.  But now that I know what you've told me, it's helped me to look at my project with a different approach.

Instead of a hotspot you could use a transparent object, which then allows you to use the object's built-in states.