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How can users control HTML5-objects?

I have a vertical with several pages. The first page has two layers: an image on the B-layer and a small textbox on the A-layer, which can be moved over the image. No other page in this vertical has an A-layer. In one of the later pages I included an HTML5-object from  the feature-builder. I read that the user has to hide the A-layer in order to controll the HTML5-object, but how does the user know that this is necessary? The user doesn't even see, that this page/vertical has an A-layer, since this A-layer is only visible on the first page and not visible on the later page with the HTML5-object. Does that really mean, that I have to design an icon or the like that says "doubletap to have access to the slideshow?" Otherwise the user will surley be overchallenged. Any ideas? Thanks in advance!

Christian Busse

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No one? This information is essential for us and our client. We would have to restructure the whole layout and start from scratch, if we can't explain and solve the described problem with controlling HTML5-objects on B-layers. Thanks!

Christian Busse 0 votes
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Hi Christian,

Yes, either you will have to redesign and put all objects on the b-layer and then select "No A-layer" in the plugin or create an icon asking the reader to double tap in order to interract with html objects.

Regards,

Anders 

Anders Odevik 0 votes
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Thanks for the reply, Anders. It's good to know, that I don't have to look for a solution anymore an can concentrate on designing an icon now. Best regards, Christian

Christian Busse 0 votes
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