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Crystal Horn

Hi there, Helena!  The visited state is how an object appears after it has been clicked. It's useful when you want to provide learners with a visual indicator of the objects they've already clicked. If the visited state exists for an object, it'll automatically display after learners click it. In other words, you don't need to create a trigger to invoke a visited state.

Do you want the object to change back to the normal state if your user clicks it again?