More than one behaviour assigned to a trigger

#1

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Principle Version: 4.7
macOS Version: 10.11.6
Sketch Version: figma
Description of what you need help with:
Is there a way to assign more than one behaviour to a given trigger?

I have assigned a behaviour (go to next board within a component A) to execute to a trigger event ‘touch down’ on my main artboard. But I want to assign another behaviour (go to next board within component B) in the same trigger action.

But the second one overrides the first and i am having to reassign my behaviour B to another trigger event (this time ‘touch up’)

Now I need a THIRD behaviour to happen, ideally also on ‘touch down’ but how can i do accomplish this if there isonly one allowed behaviour for every event? (assigning a new behaviour on ‘touch down’ just cancels out the first one ive assigned)

I hope this makes sense?

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#2

You can go to a new parent artboard, upon which all the components can be set by you in the editor to whichever state you want them to be in.

Often when folks are in this situation, it’s more easily accomplished without components.

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