Establish a Link

1. Click on the Source button to highlight it. It will be backlit with a purple hue, display the 8 resizing knobs and the On-activation link icon on the left (in the case of Event, Tag and Popup Tag buttons) and also the On-deactivation link icon on the right in the case of Event buttons.

2. Click on the link type you want (link “On activation” or link “On deactivation”) for your source button and drag it to the button you want to link to (your target button).

3. An On-activation link from the source button will be shown as a green arrow. An On-deactivation link from the source button will be shown as a blue arrow.

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To a Target Button

When you link a source Event button to a target Event button you have the option to either “Activate” the target button or “Deactivate” it.

When you link a source Event button to a target Tag button, you may only “Activate” it.
When you link a source Event button, Tag button or Popup Tag button to a target Event button you have the six options illustrated at right.

The “Reactivate Lag Time” option will only be visible if the target Event button has a lag time property.
When you link a source Tag button to a target Tag button you have the option to “Activate and Pass Tag” or to “Activate” only.

When you link a source Popup Tag button to a target Tag button you have the option to “Activate” only.

To display a links properties click on the link. The property(s) displayed will be in reference to the button which is highlighted.

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