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how to do visited links...

how to do visited links...

how to do visited links...

(OP)
hi,
I am using Authorware 6.0 for CBT development.I don't know how to differentiate the visited links in Index page.
(it contains 8 chapters with 5 sections in each chapter).I tried it using the Test function but unable to solve.(visited links for text format not for buttons)

Thanks in advance
Eswar.

RE: how to do visited links...

For it just drag a display icon place some text on it and choose whatever color u want for it.
Next drag a interaction icon. place a dispaly icon next tp it as hot spot write the same text on it and choose whatever color u want.name the dispaly icon whatever u want suppose i am giving a name to it as text (in properties section of hot spot " Match" should be "Cursor in area" and in Response it should be "Erase" --- "After next entry"
"Branch" --- "Try again"

Next drag a map icon and do the same thing for it also.
this should solve u'r problem

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