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    Hello,

    Since there is no built in “Visited” state for a button or a shape used as a button in Lectora, can somebody help me with a workaround to achieve the functionality? I tried using Show/Hide but could not get through it. Basically, I have couple oval shapes used as buttons. I want when a leaner clicks on them, they should turn to black with a check mark in the oval denoting that the content has been seen. I tried searching for a similar feature implementation on the community but I could not find steps.

    Can anybody tell me some simple steps to implement this functionality?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Here is a link that has two solutions to your problem. https://community.trivantis.com/forums/topic/visited-state-for-buttons/

    I am not sure why the show and hide approach didn’t work for you. The show and hide approach plus using a variable to maintain the button state will work.

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