Two ?s: tracking progress & creating hotspots
I'm hoping someone can help or point me toward tutorials as I try to hash out two issues with a Storyline project.
The first issue: I'd like to award stickers to learners when they complete each section, and show them their sticker sheet so they can see their progress. I'm sure there's a tutorial for this somewhere, but the only things I've been able to turn up so far have been about keeping a numerical score. Help? :-)
Second: we have an exercise where we allow learners to move shapes on top of each other to create a goal image. However, whenever we make the transparent pngs of the shapes into interactive objects/hotspots, the entire rectangle of the transparent image becomes live, not just the visible shape itself. This causes confusion when the shapes overlap and clicking on one shape picks up the invisible rectangle around another shape. I tried breaking up the images into smaller images but once they were grouped together, the live area was again a too-large invisible square. Is there any way to make this work, short of drawing the shapes using Storyline's drawing tools? (We'd rather avoid that since the results tend not to be very attractive.)
Thank you for any help or pointers you can supply!