2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 20, 2014 10:30 AM by ppa_chris

    Hot spots to trigger image states in Apps

    ppa_chris Level 1

      I watched one of Terry White's videos on Adobe TV in which he used buttons (pins) on a map to reveal different images which were basically the different states of a multi-state object. He then output this to an iPad and everything worked fine. I've tried to replicate this as follows:

       

      • Draw a box around part of a map, convert it to a button
      • Create a stack of photo-images in separate frames, Select all of them and create a New Multi-State Object
      • Select Hidden until triggered option for the multi-state Object
      • Set the Button properties: On Roll-over, Go to State nnnnn (where nnnnn is one of the images in the multi-object state)

       

      This works perfectly in the SWF previewer, but when I output to Adobe Content Viewer the hotspots don't work, and the top-most object in the multi-state object always shows all the time.

       

      Also, I've inserted a video (MP4) file but it doesn't show in the Content Viewers either. I get sound on the dekstop Content Viewer, but nothing on my Android phone.

       

      Has anyone made this work please?