I have a character with triggers and swap sets. I was wondering why CH had only one trigger layer so if I wanted to record a different trigger to combine with a trigger on the timeline it would record over it..
So I added Triggers 2 behavior to the puppet in rig panel which seems to work for recording a new layer of triggers without erasing other triggers you have on the timeline.
BUT, I just rigged a new swap set and triggers and to my complete confusion it requires BOTH Triggers and Triggers 2 to be armed for recording. With just one of the Triggers behaviors armed the trigger does not work.
I think triggers never overwrite, unless its the same trigger. They are a bit different like that. So I don't think any need to add a second behavior. There probably is a weird bug there because nobody ever does it.
My advice is only have one Trigger behavior. It is safe to record over the top of the previous trigger recording - it will add to it in the case of triggers, not replace it. (And yes, this is inconsistent with almost every other behavior.)
Triggers are overwriting for me and that's the issue! A Trigger recording take will completely overwrite a different Trigger take even if it is for completely different triggers. I have the latest CH...