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check for object visibility

Lectora limits actions to occur based on a VALUE of a VARIABLE.



How about allowing an action to occur based on the state of an object? You already have the functions available to check is an object isVisible() or not - so why not let me have an action occur based on whether an object is visible.



I can do this already - but its a hack job, and even then I have to set a Lectora variable to the returned value of a javascript check if image33456.isVisible (which returns "true" or "false"), and then go from there.



It would be so much easier if I could just have the action run based on whether an identified object is visible or not.



Limiting me to actions based on variable values and not object states limits the scope of possibilities.



Please consider it - it shouldn't be a big deal to implement.
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