I have a sliding UI experience that is built within a scroll collection and has multiple levels the user can navigate between. Outside that scroll collection is a stationary up arrow button that lets the user slide up to the previous “frame” of the scroll collection. The script on this button just scrolls the y by -1920. Pretty simple and works great. It’s nice because this up arrow button just stays stationary as the content next to it scrolls vertically which is what I want.
Problem is when it gets back to the home screen/frame of the scroll collection, I need this up arrow button to turn off. If this were flash I know you could basically do an if/else statement where it says if x movieclip is in y position, turn z button off. Is something like that possible in here?
I do know how to make this work the messy way in intuiface where that up arrow button is WITHIN the scroll collection, and there’s multiple copies of it for each level of the experience, but that’s not quite as elegant design wise as I want it.