Thanks @gasspence! Starting to get the hang of this thing.
So, let’s say that I am creating a menu bar with 4 menu items in it. If I want each element (text) to have a hover state, do I have to create one timeline for each one? Or is there a simpler way to accomplish this? I was able to create a hover state for one menu element, but when I tried to apply it to all elements within the same timeline, the all played at the same time (even if I just hovered over one element).
And what about elements that take on different properties after being clicked? right now what I’m for the same element to have it have an affect when hovering AND after being clicked:
I create two timelines with two different effects and set one to on mouse over and one to on mouse click. Is that the best approach? It seems like a lot of work to describe two states, as well as a lot of potential timelines to manage.