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Forced navigation color changes with action

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Oct 15, 2020

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I have a multistate object that when the user clicks a button a new image and caption appear. When they are all done clicking each button, a continue button appears. I have 3 buttons, plus the continue. I tried to change the states of the buttons so that when the user clicks each one, they will know which buttons still need to be clicked. For some reason it does not seem to work.  Has anyone been able to accomplish this?  Does it require advanced actions? - Thanks

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Forced navigation color changes with action

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I have a multistate object that when the user clicks a button a new image and caption appear. When they are all done clicking each button, a continue button appears. I have 3 buttons, plus the continue. I tried to change the states of the buttons so that when the user clicks each one, they will know which buttons still need to be clicked. For some reason it does not seem to work.  Has anyone been able to accomplish this?  Does it require advanced actions? - Thanks

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Changing the color of the buttons when clicked is easy. You have to create the Visited state, which is an InBuilt state, for those buttons. Have the color change for that InBuilt state, which will appear automatically when the button is clicked.

To have the Continue button appear after having clicked the buttons, you need indeed advanced actions and a user variable for each button. That user variable (Boolean) will have a default value of 0.  The  advanced action for each button needs to have 2 decisions (tabs):

Decision 1 'Always'

   Assign v_one with 1

   Show text

   Show Image

Decision 2: CheckThem

   IF v_one is equal to 1  AND

        v_two is equal to 1 AND

        v_three is equal to 1

   Show Bt_Continue

 

For the two other buttons, duplicate this action, and edit the first decision: replace the variable, the text and the image. The second decision will be the same.

 

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