FUNCTIONAL EXAMPLE OF ACTIONS
The Actions Editor contains a catalog of actions that you can use to add custom behaviors to your lessons.
This set of Mini-Lessons is intended to show you functional examples of each of the Actions offered within the Actions Editor.
- Sends the event RESET to a specified object on the current page, a specific page, a specific range of pages, or all pages in the book
- If you reset a page, or range of pages, or book - the reset message is sent to the appropriate Page object. The reset message is not sent to the individual objects on the page.
- To ensure ToolBook responds to this message, you need to write logic in the On Reset for the specified object
- Question Objects are an exception to this rule
- If you reset a Question object or reset the page a question is on, the question will become unanswered
- This is built-in behavior, with no need to write any logic for On Reset.
- A RESET is automatically sent to every page object in your book in the following situations:
- When you perform a Save with the Reset option turned on
- When you use the Publish to Web (DHTML) feature to publish your content to web format
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