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Scott Wiley

Hi Helena,

Just modify the states of your tabs, giving each a "visited" state that is a different color, or has a checkmark on it, whatever.

There is no need to add hotspots over the thing you want to use as a button.

If fact, it is better not to in this case, because hotspots don't have states other than just showing a hand cursor. Best practices in UX design support having more than that.

For the rest, have the next button begin in a disabled state. This can be done with a trigger also, unless you are using custom navigation buttons in which case you would just modify this in the "states" tab.

Add a trigger to change the Next button to normal state when state of all tabs = visited.

Hope that helps.