Revealing hidden button only after two web objects are clicked
Hi! I've been surfing the forum, and have been finding only partial answers, so here's my challenge:
I'm creating a compliance course for a client, and they have just decided that they want to add a slide at the end from which learners must launch two PDF policy documents. Only after they have launched both documents should they be permitted to proceed to the last slide in the course and thereby achieve a status of Complete in their LMS.
I was thinking it would be cleanest to embed the two documents as Web Objects, both launching in their own browser windows. I thought the Web Object approach would be good, as the client wants the learner to be able to print the documents if desired, and there would be no worries about maintenance of the two referenced documents, since they wouldn't actually be within the course itself. I know that I can hide the player's Next button for that one slide, and I can theoretically create a trigger to make a Complete This Course button appear (hidden to normal state) on the slide after objects on the slide are clicked. HOWEVER: I don't see the Web Objects on my slide reflected in the triggers drop-down box. Am I missing something? Or is it impossible to trigger the appearance of a button or other object based on clicking one or more Web Objects on a slide?
If using Web Objects as triggers isn't possible, the client would be fine with incorporating the PDF policy documents, and I know that I could launch them either via a button or hyperlink. It just seemed like Web Objects would be better.
I need to provide the client with an LMS test file asap, so I would love to hear from folks as to whether I'm missing something about triggering from Web Objects, or if it's currently just not possible, period. Thanks!