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Mike Enders


Technically, what you want to do is possible.  However, you'd need to program some logic in.  

You see, when you press the next button, all of those triggers you have are going to fire (in order from top to bottom).  Also, each of your layers is set to "hide other layers".  This is why it appears to get "stuck".  The triggers are each executing and, in this case, hiding the previous layer that was shown (we don't actually see it as it happens so fast).  Hence, the last trigger to be fired causes that last layer to be shown.  Using some True False variables, you could get the logic worked out by adding in some conditions. However, Peter's approach is much easier and less labor intensive!