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Ned Whiteley

Hi Roxanne,

I'm not sure I fully understand what you are after, but I have attached an alternative option in case it is along the lines of what you are looking for. In this version, I have shown four cards face down and the idea is that you select a card, which then reveals a single word on the other side. When you re-select the card you are then provided with additional text on another card below the one you selected. When you select the cross on the text card, it closes both of the additional layers and returns you to the base layer.

In this example, I have only animated the first card on the left hand side, but all you would have to do if you wanted to use something like this is to copy the same process of triggers and variables. The one variable I have used is called Reset1. It is toggled whenever the first card is selected or the text card associated with the first card is closed down. It is then used to reset the card on the base layer.

If you want your cards laid out in a fan as if they are being held, all you have to do is to move your images around to suit.

Hope this helps or at least provides some additional inspiration.