This will be a little difficult to explain... and may be a little confusing.
Once you create a set of triggers
- you can copy it and assign it to another class
At a much lower level (within the the class)
- you can also copy Steps within a Trigger.
But within a class
- you cannot copy a Trigger that to a new Trigger (Example 1).
- and cannot copy a Trigger to a new class (Example 2).
(Assume) Select class div_Svc-1 and click on the Assets Tab (Interactions)
onClick (of div_Svc-1)... I want to affect the positions of 3 other classes
- div_Svc-2, div_Svc-3, div_Svc-4.
So... I create a Click Trigger and assign it to div_Svc-2
- and add whatever steps are needed for that Trigger.
At this point... I cannot copy the newly created Trigger (assigned to div_Svc-2)
- to div_Svc-3 or div_Svc-4
- even though (in this particular case) the steps are very similar and only need minor tweaking.
I have to manually create each Trigger (and all Steps) for div_Svc-3 and div_Svc-4.
AND... in explaining this... I used 3 DIVs to make it easier to understand
- In this particular project... I actually have 15 triggers... not just 3.
If I select class div_Svc-1 again... I can copy the entire set of Triggers
- then click on class div_Svc-2 and assign the newly copied Triggers to div_Svc-2.
I can do the same thing for div_Svc-3 and div_Svc-4.
Now - Assume that I make a change to a Trigger in div_Svc-1...
- or add several Triggers to div_Svc-1.
I cannot copy the changed / updated Triggers
- or copy the new Triggers in div_Svc-1
---- to div_Svc-2, div_Svc-3, or div_Svc-4.
Again - I have to manually create them.
If you are dealing with a lot of Triggers with a lot of Steps...
- and changing changing a lot of values...
- a copy Trigger to class would be very helpful.
---- (If a Trigger was already copied... a "forced update" would be nice as well.)