Disable the next button until user clicks certain button on slide

Hi,

I have a slide that provides some information to the user. On the slide I also have two buttons, that when they are pressed, the user gets some more information from a hidden layer assigned to that button.

I want a few things to happen on this slide:

The user cannot use the Next button ( custom button ) until they have clicked on both of the slide buttons, to ensure they hav viewed the content.

If they attempt to click on  the Next button, they get a small message saying they must view the content first, before they can proceed.

Hoe do I do this please?

thanks

3 Replies
Dennis Hall

Hi Darren:

Create a true/false variable for each object you want clicked. Set to default false. Create a trigger on each object that sets their variable to true when user clicks.

Edit the Next button trigger to add conditions that the object variables must both be true for Next to work.

Doing this disables the next button until the conditions are met.

Best Regards,

Dennis Hall

Simon Perkins

Darren Nash said:

 

If they attempt to click on  the Next button, they get a small message saying they must view the content first, before they can proceed.


Further to Dennis' post above, you'll need to do the following to get your message to appear:

- create a layer, say "Message" and add your message 

- on base layer, create a trigger that shows "Message" layer if learner clicks "Next" button on the condition that either of Dennis' variables are False