Override New 'Next' Button Restriction Logic?
I'm loving the fact that Articulate has updated the Restricted Menu logic to separate the menu and 'next' button restrictions, as well as including a disabled state on the 'next' button by default.
As before, the Restricted buttons are disabled on the first viewing until the timeline on the slide ends. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem like I'm able to override this logic on specific slides where, for example, I need users to click through some items before the Next button is enabled.
On interactive slides where users have to click on 2-3 icons to read more information, I am no longer able to tie the Next button states to those shapes. I usually attach a true/false variable to each icon, set each variable to TRUE when the user clicks the relevant icon, and then change the Next state to Normal when all of the variables are true.
Unfortunately, the new buttons seem to completely ignore my state change logic on the next button. The new functionality doesn't let me a) keep the next button disabled if the timeline ends and the user hasn't clicked all the icons, or b) enable the next button before the timeline ends if the user clicks through quickly. It seems like the timeline is the only thing that can control the Next button with the new update.
Is there any way to get around this? Are there any updates to the new logic that will let me override the timeline tie when I deem appropriate?