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Ann K AlteredEssence 7 years ago updated by Ezra Weinstein (Administrator) 7 years ago 1

 I want an element to SHOW after several other elements are turned into the same particular color, they all must be the color before the main element may show.  I am able to create the interactions that recolors the elements. I then have the element I want to SHOW set up as "not visible at run-time   + "execute on pg load" and I was trying to set the condition so that the element would show when all of the color changed items are the same color.  I can only add one element as the conditional item instead of all the items.  i do not want the main element to show until all elements have changed color.

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The best way of handling this would be to create a counter, each time an element was changed to the correct color you would increment the counter.  Once all the elements change color the counter would reach a certain value.   You would then add an action set to each element which would be a "Show-Main Element" action set with a condition set to a specific counter value.  This way no matter what order the elements were displayed in, it would show the main element as long as the counter reached the correct value.

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The best way of handling this would be to create a counter, each time an element was changed to the correct color you would increment the counter.  Once all the elements change color the counter would reach a certain value.   You would then add an action set to each element which would be a "Show-Main Element" action set with a condition set to a specific counter value.  This way no matter what order the elements were displayed in, it would show the main element as long as the counter reached the correct value.

the "Element" under Condition will not set:  keeps showing "not set"