There was an excellent web tutoral that recently went out on how to make an interactive video slide. I wanted to make a small modification but can't figure it out. On the tutoral, buttons would appear and you could click on them to stop the video and call up a slide layer for more information that would overlay part of the video. When you closed the information box on the layer it would allow the video to continue playing. My issue is that the buttons come up and if the user does not click them then the video continues to play and the button appear and disappear as the video continues. I would like the video to automatically stop playing if they get to a cue point and have not clicked the earlier button to display the layer information. Is it possible to have a video stop without user intervention if they have not clicked on a button during the timeline?