Actions and Triggers (12)

Articles, lessons and more to help you work with Actions and Triggers in dominKnow | ONE.

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2019-10-29

Steps to set up a Show Action where the learner will click on a button to show another element on the Page.

This exampe uses a Button but any element can be set up as the item the learner will interact with, including text elements, image elements and more.

Similarly, this example Shows an image element but any element can be selected as the Target of the Show Action. You can also select multiple elements as targets, to Show more than one thing at a time.

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2019-10-29

Steps to edit an Action.

As you add Actions to a Page, they are listed on the Actions tab on the left side of the Stage.

You can use this tab to open Actions to edit them.

This tab is also helpful for understanding all the Actions or events on a Page, especially if you aren't the original author but are trying to make updates.

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2019-10-29

Steps to add a Hotspot to an image.

You can add hotspots as a layer over an image. If you move the image the hotspot will remain in the same location in relation to the image.

Once you have added a hotspot you can use it as a trigger for a wide range of Triggers and Actions such as showing or hiding content.

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2018-11-05

You can use a button to set a Boolean variable to True or False. In this example, we're setting the Variable to True to track that the learner competed the Page by using the Return To Menu button. We can then evaluate the Variable's state on other pages and use it to trigger other events.

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2018-12-18

Steps to set an element to increase a Custom Variable by 1 when the learner clicks on the element.

In dominKnow | ONE, you create a Custom Variable as part of setting up the first action that will set its value. (You don't need to create the varibale first then create the action to set its value.)

In this example the action is set to fire only once so if the learner clicks on the element more than once, the variable's value isn't increased after the first time click.

After this first actio...

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