Multiple Sliders with 2 Types of Feedback

Jun 22, 2022

I am trying to rebuild something for a client that has lost the original source files (so I have the published version of what it should look like and am trying to rebuild it so they have the actual storyline file and not just the output). The slide has 4 sliders with 3 levels each. These sliders affect 2 feedback pieces: cost and user experience. The cost is just a general increase or any of the four sliders move, the cost goes up or down accordingly. The user experience is a little trickier - it goes up most of the time, but there are a few combinations that would make it decrease. This is my first time ever working with sliders. I've tried setting up states for the feedback pieces, so I can change the state if an overall value is x, but I can't figure out a way to make this work without doing triggers for every single combination....which would total about 160+ given both feedback options. Help? 

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Walt Hamilton

I think you might not need that many states, especially if you can reduce the final answer to one number for Cost, and another one for User Experience. In the attached sample, I put the triggers on a layer, so I only had to write them one time, not once for each slider.  You will have to set up your own math, but I did make Global Reach count one-half against UserExperience, just to show a broader scope of possibilities.