Virtually all standard widgets can be clicked but not all of them are necessarily interactive. For ex:

A dialog box with three buttons: only two buttons may have actions associated with them.

Providing an option visual cue (perhaps a tooltip or a special outline or even a small triangle) can be used to provide the user with the information they need to know which elements in the prototype and plot can actually be interacted with.


Thank you.

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We already have the plan to add this 🙂
That will be very useful when you face a big prototype.
We will put a small round indicator on the top right corner of the element, and this indicator will be clickable, you can click it to open the behavior editor.


It is implemented in V1.45


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