Completed Custom Object States
Repeat the last step, creating a separate state for a circle and a star. Label the states accordingly.
The next stage will be to make duplicates of the button you made in the first step – one for each of the states in the multistate object, then add actions to each of them.
So when you click the triangle button, the Smart Shape will show you whatever is in the ‘triangle’ state, etc.
It’s useful to note that you can put practically anything here. Smart Shapes, images, Text Captions, Animations, Video, Web Objects etc.
But you can’t add audio unless you attach it to an object.
Neither can you add any other interactive objects like Buttons or Smart Shapes being used as buttons.
Duplicate Smart Buttons
Duplicate your Smart buttons, change their shapes appropriately, and position them.
One by one, select each button, choose the Actions tab in the Properties panel, and in the first dropdown menu, select ‘Change State of’.
Once selected, this will make another menu available, where you should choose the ‘multistate_object’ you were just working on.
Then choose the appropriate state for the button you have selected.
This example shows the triangle button having the action applied to it.