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David Schwartz

HI Dale,

Easiest thing would be to add a layer to the slide, and make sure its properties are set to prevent the user from clicking the base layer. BTW, you need no objects on the layer.

Then for each hotspot, add a trigger to show the layer when the user clicks. Add another trigger to hide the layer when the associated audio completed.

This will make all of the items on the base layer unavailable while the audio plays.

Tom Kuhlmann

David's suggestion is a good one as the layer properties can lock the base layer. You could extend that a bit and add a layer for each audio file and then when you click you jump to the layer, play the audio, and then hide the layer when complete.

Basically does the same thing as David's suggestion but you may like having each audio file on its own layer.