[Xerte] Re: Interative pictures on picture
robb at interlin.nl
Tue Jul 4 13:29:28 BST 2017
It has been quite a while since I actively used Xerte. If this can' t be
done natively, I can imagine you could prepare a series of the same
picture with different hotspots. As soon someone has pointed to the
right hotspot, the next picture with the next hotspot is served. If you
set the sequense of these pictures in the right order you can accomplish
what you want.
Op 07/04/2017 om 02:16 PM schreef Alison Loddick:
> I would like to enable my users to be able to click on hotspots on a
> screen to bring up another screen which will also have hotspots. I
> may need them to go through up to 5 screens with hotspots.
> For example whilst teaching users a software package, I would like to
> see that they can press the right sequence of procedures to enable
> them to complete a task.
> Can I do this in Xerte?
> Thank you
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