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ted hildebrandt

My bad.  What I mean is I have 26 layers that are opening and closing off a button and I have to list

a ton of them to make sure they are all closed when I hit another button.  I just wish there was a way

to "Close all layers" and not have to list all 26 each time.  Any way to do that?

Thanks,

Michael Hinze

I don't know how you set up your layers and triggers, but with the 'Hide other Slide Layers' option selected in a layer's properties, this layer would automatically 'close' any other layer when it is called. This way, only one layer is open at a time.

Here is some info on layers and their properties: http://community.articulate.com/tutorials/products/adding-and-editing-slide-layers.aspx

ted hildebrandt

Perfect I figured that out last night and then I can use states to turn on and off things

rather than putting one object on each layer.  The combination of layers (hide all other check box)

and states for the objects on the page triggered by which variables are set gets me where I need

to go.   Thanks again for being so quick with responses.  I'm starting to get this and the more

I get into it the better it gets.  THANKS!