For my Tinderbox tutorial I’d like to find an elegant way of taking a user on a tour through a map in Tinderbox.
The tour would have series of steps, in each step the the map is zoomed in or out to a defined area, and there is a simple way for the user to go to the next step (e.g. a floating button, or a keypress).
I should be simple and straightforward to define and adjust the area for each step, maybe through an adornment, or by two or more notes that must be visible in that step. Those steps could then be kept in a lookup table, to even simpler, in the case of notes as aliases of notes in a series of linked containers.
I probably can use aTbRef to figure out how to write the code, once I know how to zoom the map, and how trigger transition to the next step via user input (e.g. via said floating buttons or keypresses).
Or maybe I am missing something obvious, and there is an more idiomatic way accomplishing this in Tinderbox?