Hiding slide layers when revisiting a slide
I'm new here (and to Articulate), so be nice and bear with me - I may be asking the worlds most obvious question!
I've got a slide (a) with numerous buttons on which take you to additional slides (b, c, d etc.) of information - you have to visit each button before you can move on to the next scene. Once you visit each button slide (e.g. b), you then head back to the original (a) then decide which button to click next. (With me so far??)
I've created an 'oops' layer on (a) to pop up (explaining that you have to click each button before progressing) if you click next too soon.
HOWEVER - i cant for the life of me then get the layer to hide when you revisit the slide (a) after you've explored any of the buttons.
I don't want slide (a) to return to initial state when revisited as i want the buttons to change state once they've been visited so people know where they've been.
It is driving me MAD! Any ideas? I've tried adding a trigger to hide the layer when each button is clicked, but that doesnt appear to be working.
Any advice or points in the right direction would be hugely appreciated.