The Adobe instructions use the word "interactions" to define itself (twice):
Learning interactions are static widgets (SWF files) that help you quickly set up standard user interactions, for example, interactions using accordions or tabs.
To insert learning interactions:
- Click Adobe Presenter, and in the Insert group, click Interaction > Insert.
- Click the type of interaction you want to insert in the Select Interaction dialog box, and then click Insert.
- Choose a theme from the Themes list.
- Click Custom to customize the selected theme.
Note: Buttons have three states: Up, Over, and Active. Up is the state when users have not clicked the button. Over is the state when users hover their mouse over the buttons. Active state is when users click the button.
- Double-click the button text and the button content area to type your text. In addition to text, you can also insert pictures and audio files in the button content area.
- Click the ‘+’ icon to add more buttons.
- Click OK.
It talks about the three states, Up, Over, and Active, but doesn't tell you how to implement them in the interaction. It also moves into "themes" - it goes into more detail about the theme than about the interaction, so I'm confused. Even the word "interaction" suggests that these things are supposed to DO something - we're supposed to "interact" with them.
And really all they are are just background images you pop into a slide? Okay then. Thanks!