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Select the rectangle. Chose the little c box in the property panel under
the menu. Enter the class name in the input field. By the way all the
instructions are on edgehero.com with images of the panels.
Thanks. The only thing is that Rob Boermann said the Time Trigger won't work any more. Thanks for the info about assigning classes though.
Sorry about that! you can also assign classes dynamically with addClass();
Sorry about the time trigger - I guess you could maybe revert to previous version. I am using it for most of what I do. I use the current version from time to time when I know that what I want to do will be OK and if I do not need jquery.
Actually, I found out how to do it without Edge Hero.
Glad to hear that you found the solution, please share the solution so that others can get the benefit.
I was using the wrong action. Rather than loading an image into a container, which the code interpreted as to keep loading the image into the container, I made the images into Symbols and hid them on CreationComplete. Then I assigned a Show action to the image Symbol I wanted to show at the appropriate time.