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Susi B

Hi Steven,

you can only set a trigger to jump to a specific slide. It´s always the base layer that will be shown.

The only way this would work is using variables. I build you a little story file as an example. But this would be a lot of work if you want to do it for every layer of a bigger course. And the filesize is increased the more variables you use.

Susi

Susi B

Hi Steven,

you can only set a trigger to jump to a specific slide. It´s always the base layer that will be shown.

The only way this would work is using variables. I build you a little story file as an example. But this would be a lot of work if you want to do it for every layer of a bigger course. And the filesize is increased the more variables you use.

Susi

Edit: Missclicked and flagged my own post. So I reposted it. xD

Crystal Horn

You can resume the saved state in the slide properties of the first slide, and your original slide will show the last layer your user saw.  So if you want to point to different layer, this setting wouldn't be the one.

Susi has a good workaround to show any layer on the original slide, but she's right.  Might be a bit of work for you!