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Brian Allen

Hi Jeanette, thanks for posting the video.

This is what I am trying to do but my scenario is a little different and I haven't been able to figure out the triggers...

I've got 5 select boxes, and they are set up as a button set so that only one can be selected.  It's not required for someone to make a selection but, if they click Next to move on I at least would like to prompt them to make sure that they realize they haven't made a selection.

I can see where in your scenario you're checking to make sure that someone has clicked all three buttons, but what would you suggest to check that someone has at least selected just one of the three (or five, as is in my case).

Here are my select boxes - 

And here is the trigger I'm trying to use but isn't quite working...

Brian Allen

haha, thanks Jeanette, and not too bad for a Michigan fan

It seems like it's just the order of the triggers, but the odd thing is that while I see it working for your example I am still unable to get it to work for mine. 

I'm using slide layers, but it would seem that show layer would work the same as jump to slide.  Just for fun I converted a couple of layers to slides and still couldn't get it to work using the exact same example as yours above :(

At least this is a nice to have for me and I can still roll my project out without it, but when I have time I'll revisit this.  Probably will try building something from scratch and may share my file with you to see if you can replicate the problem I'm having.

I really appreciate you taking the time to look at this for me today, and wanted to also let you know how useful your tutorials are.  I've probably viewed 5 or 6 of them just this week