perhaps a noobish question but at the moment I'm stuck:
Every form, graphic or pic is put in a "rectangle container" by "Hype", meaning by clicking an object you have eight anchor-points around it.
The chart I have to put up have some very big pie-pieces (i.e. 36%) but VERY small pieces also (i.e. 1,2% and 2,5%).
Every pie-piece is a single png which is grouped with the others.
To be clickable and calling an action the PNG has to be on top layer (right!?).
Due to the rectangle-container-behaviour the smaller pieces overlays each other in a way that it is impossible to click the parts next to it.
Is there a way to set up an "image-map" that follows the true form of the graphic, like in the old HTML-days?
Any help really is appreciated!
Thanks a lot and best regards