Some screenshots of what you're trying to accomplish might help, but why use multiple MSOs? Just combine it all into a single MSO.
Thank's for helping!
I haven't found information about the difference between, or how to use, multiple and single MSO anywhere, so if you have a great article please give me the URL. I have tried the alt-new but it doesn't look right or is it just me not knowing how to use it? There should be three images but when I mark these and alt-click to keep the objects in the same state it becomes as shown below (don't mind the Trysil-pictures it's just so I easily can see the difference between two slideshows while working out how to):
This is what I've been working on. Our destinations with information and how I would like for it to come out and how it looks like in reality:
Thank's for your quick reply!
You need to have EVERYTHING including any text in each state. If you want to hide it altogether then add an empty state.
I have a Lynda.com course on MSOs. https://www.lynda.com/InDesign-tutorials/Developing-Multistate-Objects-InDesign/197346-2.h tml
If you don’t have a subscription you can get a 30-day trial: www.lynda.com/trial/boblevine<http://www.lynda.com/trial/boblevine>
I've started the free trial and watched the tutorial. Good one but I still feel its too complicated. Must there not be a simpler way of doing this? I just want to have a pop-up slideshow when I click the photo for a specific destination, as shown in previous conversation. Remember this new to me, but my intuition tells me this is just to intricate and not straightforward way of getting to my vision of our presentation...
Also I would just like to point out that in your "solution.indd" file the video appears underneath the "Top 5" slideshow when I run the preview ... and I can't figure out how that works, since the video doesn't show in the layer panel and I imagine it being underneath the slideshow in layerorder to show up like that? Do you know why?
Sorry, forget about that last question, I solved it! It was the text frame that was connected to the video that laid underneath the "Top 5". Got it!
Non active states will not be displayed in the layers panel. As for a more straightforward way of doing things, I've given it to you.
Put it all in one MSO. You're making it more complicated than it needs to be.
I will probably work things out differently or I'll go beyond the level of irritation. Thanks anyway!
Lots of good and interesting tutorials on Lynda though, I'll keep watching!