The Object Event Condition is a Condition that is satisfied when a Script object fires off a specified Event.
An example of this would be a Screen Message firing off “Option 1” when a user answers an on screen question. Or a “Close” event when a Screen Message is closed.
- Negate Result
If selected, the truth value will be the opposite for this condition. That is, when it would be normally true it will be false, and when it would normally be false it will be true.
- Script Object
The object that will fire the event.
The Event that must be fired in order for this Condition to be true.
- Ignore Previous
When this is checked it will ignore if this event has fired before this Precondition has evaluated, it will only become true if the event fires after.