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Change "*" to an empty string "". That should take care of your problem.
Thanks SkiShakakai - but that didn't solve the problem. Actually if it had I would wonder why since the '*' supposedly means any view state should be affected. So fromState="Advanced" toState="*" should mean when I switch from the Advanced view state to any other view state the transition should apply. But for some reason it doesn't work. When transitioning from the base state to the Advanced state the transitions both work - it wipes down and dissolves in just fine. But when going back to the base state it just abrubtly disappears with no transition.
This isn't a big deal - I am just going through the basic tutorials and this is not a real project. But it always bothers me when I can't figure out why something doesn't work because I know sometime in the future I will need something like this in a real project and would rather know now what the issue is when I don't have any project timeline pressures.
And my other question is how would I say I only wanted the transition to happen when going to the base state - not a wildcard. Can I just use: fromState="Advanced" toState="base"??
I don't know if you have solved your problem or not but I had the same problem with the Wipeup effect going from one state back to the base state.
After a lot of experimentation I finally found the following setting worked:
On the Wipeup effect change the property "showTarget" to false. The default is true. This worked for me.
Hope it helps.