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Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Greggory and welcome to Heroes!

I think that this example from Phil would really help, especially the section titled Progression (ignore the Javascript part) on how to track their visits to a slide, and use that to determine completion. 

This thread is also helpful in terms of branching best practices, with a few other examples included.

If you're able to share your initial set up here, we can take a look and offer some specific feedback on how you have it set up. 

Greggory Wright

Thanks, Ashley, for the help.  That is definitely what I needed.  The issue I'm having now is that the variables work great for the first three buttons, but the last three buttons will not change their state, even with the variables.  They're all set up exactly the same, so I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong.  I have attached a sample of what I've got together.

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Greggory,

I took a look at what you have set up, and what I noticed on the first three buttons was the "Visited" state was the same as "Complete" so they were changing, but the remaining three had it set up differently so that the "visited" state was the same as "normal". I changed the last three buttons "Visited" states and now it is working correctly. The reason I changed those, was that none of those variables that those state triggers reference have a trigger that changes the variable from false to true, so that wasn't even working for the first three it just looked like it was. 

Here's the updated file with the changes to the visited states.