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Action Type "Jump To Scene"

(Ulrika Garner) #1

Problem: I created a button as described in today’s YouTube video and added a second scene. While the Action Types “Go To URL” and “Change Text” worked fine, the Action Type “Jump To Scene” didn’t work for me. I tried all the various options in Target Object, but without success. Neither the preview nor the exported version did work, the second scene never appeared. What did I miss?

Saola Animate version: v1.0.2

OS: Win 10

Notes: Congratulations to the launch of SAOLA Animate!!!

(Trang Tong) #2

Hi ulga,

We’ve look into your problem and tested the Jump To Scene action, but we could not reproduce the problem you encountered. Could you share with us your project file so that we can check it out? Please send us the entire project folder or the *.saolapack file (File > Save As > Package) at


(Markasin 3) #3

I have the same problem unfortunately. The bug exists.

(Toan Le) #4

Hi Mark,

Scenes are set auto-advance by default, so if the main timeline doesn’t have any animation, it’ll continue to the next scene immediately. Please clear the Auto-Advance checkbox in the scene Properties pane and try again.
You can also select multiple or all scenes in Scenes pane and change this property at once.

If it’s not the case, please share your project so that we can check.


(Markasin 3) #5

Thanks for getting in touch with me via e-mail. It turns out it works as you explained! I was just hitting the wrong preview button. It’s a great program.


(Bob Russsell) #6

I have had the same problem but it is now going forward after switching off auto-advance. However the next scene seems to take a long time to load and when it does the timeline does not start as planned. Any feedback on these two issues are appreciated.

(Toan Le) #7

Hi Bob,

Maybe it’s a project-specific issue so please send your project package (File > Save As > Package) to our support at for checking.

Updated (for other users):
The main timeline in your project contains a trigger at 0 which starts the timeline again, so it causes infinite loop.