[Xerte] Using hotspots in Xerte raw
johnathan.kemp at cxstaffs.co.uk
Wed Jul 29 15:18:11 BST 2009
On a page I have an interaction which contains a hotspot.
I want to display a text block when the hotspot is rolled over and hide
the text block when the mouse pointer is subsequently moved off the
I have hit two issues.
1. I can fire a script when the mouse moves over the hotspot, but I
can't find a way to detect when the mouse moves off the hotspot to
trigger some script.
2. I haven't found a way to hide a text icon - there does not appear to
be a visible property and I have not been able to set its alpha to 0
Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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