The usual behaviour of an Action Dragger is to reproduce the image sequence and executing an action when the handler reaches the point of success. Some examples of actions are resuming the original video, linking to another video or just staying paused with the handler active to allow the user to drag the sequence as many times as they want.
But before assigning a success action to an Action Dragger you need to set the Success Frame value, so that the Action Dragger can control if the user reached it. In the Properties panel, Action submenu, there is a drop-down field named Success Frame. This field shows a sequence of consecutive numbers, these are the frames available in the sequence. By selecting a particular number you are establishing the minimum number of frames any user should go though before releasing the handler and going on with the end action.
Types of end action
- Link to video
To link the end of the Action Dragger to another video simply set the "When success" parameter to Link to video. Then, a new drop-down parameter will show up, select the video that should be played next. The Action Dragger will link to that video when the Success Frame condition is met.
- The Success Frame is set to None
For an uninterrupted Action Dragger sequence there is the "None" option in the "When success" parameter. With this setting the sequence of images will remain available for the user until they click on a button that links to another video. There should be at least one button available, otherwise the user will get stucked in the interaction.
- The Continue action (available for Action Dragger Auto).
This type doesn't require any additional resources to generate the image sequence. The Action Dragger is placed on top of the video to be dragged and when the Success Frame condition is met the action "Continue" allows the video to be resumed right after the last frame of the draggable sequence.