The RoundRobin Trigger responds to an Event by initiating one of a series of new events. A real-world example of the RoundRobin effect is the dual-function "Play/Pause" button on many stereo CD players, which when first pressed causes the CD to play, but when pressed a second time causes the CD to pause. The RoundRobin is useful whenever you need a single Trigger to change function with each activation.
The significant properties of the RoundRobin are Tag, OutEvents, and bLoop.
|RoundRobin → OutEvents||Sequential series of events to be triggered by the RoundRobin. Up to 15 may be specified.|
|RoundRobin → bLoop||If "True" the RoundRobin will loop back to the first OutEvent if it has already triggered the final specified OutEvent.|
|Events → Tag||The name of the Event by which The RoundRobin is triggered|