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Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Celine,

I think the attached is doing want.

I created 4 True False variables; default = False. There is one T/F for each layer, and one to jump to next slide

There's a trigger on each layer to set its associated variable to True when timeline starts on that layer
(.e.g., set variable A = true when timeline starts on layer A)

There's a trigger on each layer to set variable Jump to True IF variables A, B, AND C = True

There's a trigger on each layer to Jump to next slide when timeline ends IF Jump = True

Trigger order is important!

Maria Costa-Stienstra

Hi, Cherry.

Thank you for sharing the .story file! 

My suggestion is to show a final layer instead of jumping to the next slide. In the example below, I used your Mysha Next layer:

Show layer trigger

On that layer, which is set not to hide other layers, you can jump to the next slide when the timeline ends (or through an interaction, such as a click):

Here's a preview:

Preview of changes

I hope this helps!