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Christie Pollick

Hi, Katelin -- In addition to the great resources that have already been shared, I wanted to stop in to pass along the following, as well:

Hope that helps and you would also be welcome to reach out over in our design-related Building Better Courses forum for additional ideas, as well. :)

Terry Bell

Cathy James - I LOVE how you used the animation completion to adjust your timer variable!!!  This made it easy for me to turn it into an "inactivity" timer by adding a trigger to reset the timer whenever the user interacts with another object on the layer. No more looping layers.  :)

Brilliant!  Thanks!

Christie Pollick

Hi, Tolgahan -- Thanks so much for reaching out, and welcome to the community! As this discussion is a bit dated, it's possible Cathy or some of the other participants may no longer be subscribed here. If you'd like to contact any of the participants directly, you would be able to do so via the 'Contact Me' link on their profile pages.

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Michael O.

Another great way to add pressure and stress to the situation, if you have a illustrative or photographic character.  Have the character turn more significant share of blue as time progresses.  Do that by creating multiple states of the character and each state gradually changes color.  on the timeline set cue points that trigger the different states until the character asphyxiates or is rescued.  

When creating medical training its important to not be squeamish with your subject matter. 

Sue Prenderville

Hi Tolgan! In order to do that, you need to adjust the default value of the number variable either when you create it or if it's already created you can adjust it by accessing the variables panel and changing it there. So in this case, the default variable value is 10 (which = 10 timer seconds), so you could change it to say 30. Hope that helps I know it's been a while since you asked!