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Stephen Mills

Shel,

Do you want all three icons to hover at the same time once the audio has completed?

If so you can great a disabled state the same as normal state which wont allow the user to activate the over. Right to control when it is allowed to work create a trigger to say, CHANGE STATE of Icon 1,2 & 3 to NORMAL when MEDIA COMPLETES then pick the audio file on that page.

Hope this helps.

Shel Holtz

Thanks for the advice, Stephen! I'm just trying to figure out how to prevent the hover from happening when the user hovers over the disabled state. I have created a trigger to change the state of the icon to NORMAL when the media completes, but the glow still executes when the mouse hovers over the disabled state

Richard Hill

Here ya go Shel,  

I placed an fully transparent box atop the buttons until 50sec. Any transparent object will block items underneath, This includes videos, webObjects and the like. Strategic placement of a transparent object can be utilized as safegaurds for a variety of purposes. Hope this helps.

Shel Holtz

Hey, Richard, thank you!

I figured out what I was doing wrong, though -- I had CREATED a disabled state rather than choosing the available disabled state. Once I deleted my created state and then added it using the disabled option from the pull-down, I was able to get it to do exactly what I wanted.