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When you click Video 2, it goes to another menu with identical appearance, but where button B goes to video 2B and button A goes to video 2A. Clicking Video 1 goes back to the original menu where A/B are 1A/1B.
Whether this is what you want depends on how many options you really have.
I think it'd be easer just to have the four buttons on one menu.
Thanks for the answers, but your way Jim is not possible for me, because there would be a conflict at the highlights.
there would be a conflict at the highlights.
I don't understand that; you've got 4 buttons either way.
My animation doesn't show the real menu. It shows just the idea behind it.
The real menu should be like a chapter menu for every day of a journey.
Each day has a diary animation and the filmed video.
Now comes the highlight conflict.
The picture of the specific day should be highlighted AND diary or video.
So the highlight of diary + picture would have the same highlighted pixels as the video + picture highlight.
Hope you underestand now the problem with the four buttons.
I've got already a solution for the problem.
Yes, the "area" for a button is the rectangle that holds all of its elements. You are wanting to select a button and have it effect a highlight that is not part of the smaller button area. The method I described is one way to handle that as well.
That's why I said Jims solution isn't possible for me !
Your way will work fine I think.
I never said your way aren't working for me.