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    I have an image that is a circle.  I’d like to put hotspots (invisible buttons) on the circle. When the hotspots are clicked, I’d like the circle to move a specific degree(s).  Stay in the same place, but rotate… I have seen this before in multiple places, but I cannot find where I can do this in Lectora.  I have tried JavaScript, however, I am not a programmer and I am sure I am fudging something up.  In comes the community… please, can anyone help?

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    This uses an imagemap and Greensock GSAP. Is this what you are looking to do? (The .awt is in the zip as well).

    Darrel

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    You have to edit Line 259 in index.html and remove “c:/”…

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    My apologies to the group and a big thank you to Sergey for finding my bug. The dangers of testing on the machine you authored on..

    Here is the revised project.

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    Thanks everyone!  We figured that out too! I really appreciate the info… this works perfectly!

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