More than current slide layer showing
I have a project I'm working on that automatically advances through the base layer plus two more layers when the timeline ends. There are not back buttons on the base layer, nor layer 1 during the first run through of it. A variable changes at the start of layer 2/the final layer and there are back buttons on that layer. I've done this in case somebody got distracted and missed the automatically advancing introduction but don't have them visible on the first run through it so that people can't just click through the training as quick as they can.
What's throwing me for a loop is that once the back button appears on layer 2 and you click it, it's got a trigger to jump to layer 1. When it goes to layer 1 from here, you can still see layer 2! I have the "hide base layer" and "hide other layers" selected in each layer but it's still there.
So.. variable change at layer 2, back button present at layer 2, when you click back btn, it should take you to layer 1. Then layer 1 has a state change on that forward/backward button making it visible (since layer 2 = true) and those buttons take you to the base layer (back) or layer 2 (fwd). Same premise for the base layer, taking you back to the main menu or to layer 1. The first run through is perfect.. it's just when you start doing the btn clicks fwd/back when it gets mucky.
I've deleted out all my other slides and scrubbed the attachment of logos or company specific info... Does anybody care to take a peek and see where I've gone wrong? TIA!