One option might be to add a Submit button and show feedback when the question is processed instead of immediately. It’s then easy to add more actions to the Submit button, such as OnClick Enable Next if Question_0001 is correct.
Since many question types need a Submit button anyway, we typically add them to all questions so that the user experience is consistent.
But we’re also using the built-in feedback mechanism less and less. The pop-up is not optimal from a UX perspective; it isn’t attractive, the text is small and can’t easily be formatted, the learner has to click OK to clear the pop-up, etc. This doesn’t mean you can’t use the question creator; it just means you don’t enable feedback and design a different way to show the feedback. Yes, it’s some work to create that new method, but you can create it once and then save it as a library object or in a template.