State of Next button on a revisit

I looked through a few threads that I thought might help, but they discussed more about the next button being hidden. I have attached 3 slides of my file.  Essentially on the middle slide I have the next button disabled until they click all 16 sections then it activates.  Then I had set the slide to resume in saved state, assuming it shows all buttons visited and the next would be active, but I recognize that it is probably picking up my trigger to disable the next when timeline starts.  I do not want to really hide the Next button as I find it confuses alot of my learners.  I should add I tried Automatically decide as well and it didn't work...

Can anyone assist, I am sure I can do it, I have tried different variables but I am just not getting it to work appreciate any support.

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Michael Hinze

Have a look at the attached and see if that's what you wanted. I added conditions to the trigger that disables the Next button to only execute if any of the buttons is not in Visited state. Theoretically you only need one button as a condition, but for completeness I added all of them.

Teresa Vanderpost

This is great, I don't think I would have thought of this.  Just one question, I had left the slide properties when revisiting "Resume saved state"  is this the best one still to go with or should I change it back to "Automatically decide"...or does it matter.

Thanks so much, I did try for a day or so to try to figure it out, but I guess I need more practice.

Cheers to you for taking the time to show this to me, greatly appreciated!