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Cliff Warrick


I've used a true/false variable (set to false) then added a trigger to the last slide in the section that adjusts the variable to True when the timeline on the last slide finishes.  I then use that variable to change the state of the next button or whatever you're using to move ahead, from disabled to normal.  That way, the control that's used to move ahead does not become active until the specific section is complete.  Hope that helps.  Sure there are other ways using the states of objects as well.  

Wendy Farmer

Hi Janel

try changing the close button on each layer to hidden and then trigger to change to normal when the media completes (text to speech) - that way they can't close the layer till audio finishes. Not sure what you want to happens on the layers where there are additional buttons