Disabling a trigger after state change?
Newbie trying to create this simple interaction:
There is an image, when a user hovers over a particular part of that image an outline appears around that part to indicate that it is clickable; on click a popup panel appears with a close button. On clicking the close button the outline no longer appears but the user can still reclick if they want to, so essentially it marks itself as 'visited' but still clickable.
So I have the image, with multiple states, the original [initial] and then with the outline around the clickable part [outline], visited, disabled etc
On another layer I have my popup with text.
I made a hotspot [& I also did the same thing with a transparent button to see if the built in states would help me but couldn't get any further] - and put in a trigger to show the 'outline' state on hover over, and to show the layer with the popup on click.
But when I hover over the hotspot/button the outline is still showing. I want it disabled to show the user they have already clicked it. Right now the outline shows on hover even when the popup is open, as the trigger is active of course. Can I disable this trigger? And also, have I completely gone in the wrong direction with this??
I have set the image to the 'disabled/ & 'visited' states when the hotspot/button is clicked but this didn't do anything.