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How can I return to "Last visited State"?

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Nov 13, 2018

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Hi!

I have a picture of a screen (screen_m) that shows 0 or 10 when I push a button A. The button toggle the screen number by using the Object Stage panel.

Then I have a second button B that shows a specific state (mute) of the screen (screen_m). The B button should toggle between (mute) and the last visited state, that could be either 0 or 10. Can't figure out how to do that. There is no "Last visited slide"version for the Object States.

Any ideas?

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How can I return to "Last visited State"?

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Hi!

I have a picture of a screen (screen_m) that shows 0 or 10 when I push a button A. The button toggle the screen number by using the Object Stage panel.

Then I have a second button B that shows a specific state (mute) of the screen (screen_m). The B button should toggle between (mute) and the last visited state, that could be either 0 or 10. Can't figure out how to do that. There is no "Last visited slide"version for the Object States.

Any ideas?

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No, there is no last visited state possible. Multistate objects automatically will get back to the Normal state when revisiting the slide if the option 'Retain state' is not checked. You could use that knowledge to achieve yor goal: re-enter the slide using micronavigation or the workaround with a short dummy slide which I described several times in my blog.

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Thank you Lilybiri, you are lightning fast to answer :-).

I solved it by making two B buttons that runs two different Advanced Actions.

  1. Button B1 shows State mute and making button B2 visible (on top of B 1 of course).
  2. Button B2 Advanced Action picks up a value from a parameter (triggered by button A Advanced Action) and shows either 0 or 10 depending of the parameter value. And then button B2 hide itself.
  3. And Button 2 has just one State that looks like B1 Down & Visited state.

It works fine.

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There are always several ways to solve such a problem. Did you try with shared actions?

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