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Mark Jennings

Gosh. The same old problem. Thought I had it sorted. Nope.

I have a slide with 4 objects. You have to select each object to go to the slide they represent. Once you have been to all 4 slides and returned to the initial slide, I want the Bee shape, which is my Next button, to operate.

So, I have got the Bee to change state to Hidden when the timeline starts and then change state to Normal when the timeline starts if all 4 variables (AND) are greater or equal to 1. See attached (couldn't paste for some reason).

Should the slide property be Auto, resumed initial or saved?

Many thanks (again)

 

Wendy Farmer
Mark Jennings

So, I have got the Bee to change state to Hidden when the timeline starts and then change state to Normal when the timeline starts if all 4 variables (AND) are greater or equal to 1

What is the issue? The user can't progress? Can you share the .story file. When you say 'you have got' do you mean that's how you've programmed it but it's not working or it's changing to Normal but can't click it.

Mark Jennings

Hi Wendy
I am using an object on a slide, the Bee, as a Next button. I made this
'hidden', by changing state, as the timeline starts. Learners click on each
of the 4 objects and visit their respective slides. When all 4 have been
visited and they have returned back to the initial slide, I have a change
of state for the Bee back to Normal so that they can then select it to
continue to another slide. The variable references I have to check for the
4 objects show that they work. The Bee is 'hidden' when the timeline
starts. But after each of the 4 object variables = 1, the Bee doesn't
change shape back to Normal so that it can be used as a Next button.
Its all very much like my earlier problem with the Next button but I am not
using the next button.
So, should the initial state of the Bee be hidden or Normal or something
else? Should the slide property be Auto, Inital or saved?

Regards

Mark