Presenter only consider PowerPoint onClick animation.
Presenter converts all On click animations into sequence of animation and it will play without clicking on the video.
However you can use "pause after each animation' checkbox which is on the "Settings>>Playback" dialog of presenter to pause the video after each animation.
I hope this will help you.
Adobe Presenter Engg Team
Okay, I figured it out, you have to set a Trigger object in the Animation Pane > Timing > Start effect on click of .... you need to know the names of the objects on your slide or insert a dummy transparent text caption, just something for the user to click on. I do have another question.
Okay, I was wondering why you'd use that Pause after each animation in the setting > playback dialog. But you can actually make the user click on something by setting a trigger, I just made it work
But I do have another question, can you name the objects on the PP slide?