When you run an event, RightBooth will automatically save any user details into the file UserDetails.txt.
This file can be found along with all the videos, photos and messages in your event file folder within Documents\RightBooth5\Events.
The user details file will hold user names, email addresses dates and times of use, names of the files recorded by each user and also answers to any questions users have provided during the event. All this information is formatted in the text file as CSV. CSV stands for Comma Separated Variables which is a fancy way of saying that each piece of information in the file is separated by commas, and this makes it easy to load into spreadsheet applications such as Excel.
This is a typical userdetails file with commas between each data item on each line...
02/09/2016,16:48:08,andrew,smith,email@example.com,2016-9-2 16-48-8 photo 1.png
02/09/2016,16:48:22,laura,jones,firstname.lastname@example.org,2016-9-2 16-48-22 photo 1.png
02/09/2016,16:49:04,bill,smith,email@example.com,2016-9-2 16-49-4 photo 1.png
02/09/2016,17:40:04,jill,smith,firstname.lastname@example.org,2016-9-2 17-40-4 message.txt
Now we'll explain the process of loading this data into Excel.
The End Result
Excel will now load the user details into a new spreadsheet for you to continue working.
In this example, column A is the date, B is the time, C is the user's first name, D is the user's last name, E is the user's email addresses, F is the filename created by the user.
Other columns will appear with user's answers to questions if you run a question event.
This is step by step guide to setting up your printer for use in RightBooth.
1) - Connect your printer to your computer and check it is working. This step possibly goes without saying but I'm saying it anyway. RightBooth will only allow you to print photos if you have a fully working printer switched on and attached to your computer (usually via a USB cable).
So before running RightBooth, please make sure your printer is on, has ink, is not jammed and can print without problems. Also it is best to make sure that you have the latest software for your printer installed on your computer. Please refer to your printer documentation for details.
2) - Run RightBooth and from the main screen click Settings. In Settings click the Photo & Print tab. If everything is working OK on your printer, it will be listed in the Printer combo box. Select your printer from the list.
3) - Printers have default settings such as a default paper size and print quality. When you have chosen your printer, RightBooth will show you the default paper size width and height underneath the printer name. Make a note of these values as you will need them later.
4) - Open the event file in which you want to add photo printing. Go to the Event Designer. Click the Event Type tab and make sure Photos is ticked.
5) - Next click the Event Structure tab and select the Print Photos tab. On this panel,choose either Yes or Ask. This will cause photo printing to be included in your event.
6) - Go to the Screen Designer. In the screen list on the Designer Toolbox, select the Print Layout screen. This will show you a view of your printer paper onto which you can design your photo print layout. But before starting your design you need to make sure you are working with the correct paper size for your printer.
7) - On the Screen Designer Toolbox, tick the Properties check box to show the printer paper properties. Click the Paper drop drop and choose the paper size that matches the values you noted in step 3 above. For example if your default printer paper size is A4, choose A4 from this list.
Note that in the Paper drop down, RightBooth will show you a list of commonly available paper sizes but if you find your paper size is not listed you will need to choose the last option in the list: Custom, and then add your previously noted paper width and height values into the W and H text boxes. For example, the DNP DS-RX1 printer has a default paper size of 6.15 x 4.13 inches. This size is not in the RightBooth paper list, so in this example you would enter 6.15 into the W box and 4.13 into the H box.
That's it ! You are now ready to design your print layout on the correct paper size for your printer.
For details on how to design your print layout, read this article:
RightBooth lets you include animated GIFs in your events, and the RightBooth Media Library has lots of animations for free use.
First, make sure you download and install the Media Library here.
Then, follow these steps to add some animated GIFs into your events:
At the time of writing this article it's nearly Christmas (Yey ! ) so here's what you get in the Christmas section of the Media Library:
And this is a selection of the gif animations and how they will look in your event...
Some of the animations, such as the snowflake animations have transparent backgrounds so you can place them over other screen items, including the webcam item to give the impression that it is snowing while your users are recording their videos. Very cool...
On behalf of Aire Valley Software, I'd like to wish you all a very merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. And just to say that we've got a lot of feature enhancements planned for next year so please stay tuned. Nigel.
Trying to get an application to run reliably and smoothly for long periods of time is not something that Windows is renowned for. There are many factors that can affect the performance of RightBooth on your computer and this article explains some of the key things you can do to help make your RightBooth events run well for long periods of time.
1 Reduce the memory requirements of RightBooth
2 Stop all unnecessary services and applications
There are many services running on your computer, some of which are not required when you are running a RightBooth event. For example, you could stop and close your virus checker application in the knowledge that it is not required during an event, and this will increase the memory available to RightBooth.
Services are applications that run in the background and many can be temporarily stopped while you run your event. You can take a look at all the running services on your computer by clicking on Cortana (or Search) on the Task bar, then type MSCONFIG and press Enter. This will run the Microsoft System Configuration app. In this app click on the Services tab to see a list of all the services running on your computer. And here you can also choose to stop any service running. Before turning off a service, Google its name to read about what it does. For example, things like the Google Update Service, Dropbox Update Service and Epson Scanner Service can all be temporarily stopped. Remember to make a note of all the services you've stopped so you can start them again after your event is complete. There is a lot of information about unnecessary services on the web, search for unnecessary windows services
3 Periodically Stop and Restart the RightBooth Event
If you are planning on running your event over many hours this feature allows you to automatically and periodically restart the event and in doing so it can help to free up system resources that may have gradually been consumed over time.
Look in the RightBooth Settings, under the Start/Stop tab and you will see the Stop the event settings (below).
Choose After elapsed time and select your chosen time period, say 60 minutes.
Then select the option: Restart RightBooth and event
Now when you run your event, RightBooth will be automatically stopped and restarted every hour until you come to stop the event manually. Notice in the screen shot above that the Watchdog feature is also enabled. This is required and is automatically turned on when you choose the Restart feature.
For more information on the Watchdog please refer to the RightBooth User Manual.
I have recently been asked how to add an image to an event screen. Well I'm pleased to say that it is really easy to achieve. This article explains how to add images and videos to screens...
Adding an Image to a Screen
Adding a Video to a Screen
RightBooth will normally display your events using English wording and text prompts. But what if you want to run your events in another language? This article explains how.
First, run RightBooth and choose Settings from the main screen. Then in the RightBooth Settings, click on the Common Event Text tab.
Here you will see a table, the first column entitled 'Default common event text' contains all the English words and phrases that are used in all the events you create with RightBooth.
The second column in the table entitled 'Your common event text' is initially blank. Here you can enter your own event text which will be used to replace (substitute) the text from column 1 in all your events.
Now if you want to change all your events into French (for example), simply enter all the translated words and phrases from column 1 into column 2. The third column provides you with an explanation of the phrase and where it appears in the event, so make sure that your translated phrases accurately represent the English phrases.
Finally, make sure you tick the setting 'Use your common event text' at the bottom of the panel as indicated below...
Now when you run any of your events all words and phrases will appear in French, instead of the default English wording.
Note that doing this will affect ALL of your events. If you wish to return to English, simply un-tick the setting mentioned previously.
What if you want to make specific text changes to just one of your events?
To do this, first open your event in RightBooth. Then you can either go to the Event Designer, click on the 'Event Text' tab and enter your modified words and phrases in the Event text table (in the same way as described above). Any changes you make in the Event text table will only apply to the currently open event.
Alternatively, go into the Screen Designer, find the label item on a screen containing the text you wish to alter, then double click on the label item to alter the text contents. Again, changes to text in the Screen Designer will only affect the currently open event.
The latest update to the Windows 10 operating system (version 1607), known as the Anniversary Update (which started rolling out in early August 2016) can cause some webcams to stop working correctly. This problem has yet to be reported by RightBooth users.
Reading into this issue, the problem lies with Microsoft and there is currently no solution other than to roll back your operating system to the pre-Anniversary Update version.
Microsoft have apologised and are indicating that a fix should be made available sometime in September 2016. So if your computer has automatically updated to version 1607 and your system is now affected by this issue, unfortunately there is nothing you can do about it (other than to roll back) until Microsoft releases the fix.
We too can only apologise for this situation, but unfortunately this matter is outside our control.
We will update this article as soon as we have more information.
Check out these links for more details...
Every webcam item in your event has the Flip X property turned on by default. This causes the webcam video to be shown mirrored on-screen in order to allow users to position themselves correctly in front of the camera lens.
One downside to this property is that all overlay images and logos that are included on the webcam item are also shown mirrored on-screen. This will cause any text within the images to be shown back to front, but the text will be saved the correct way round in video recordings (and photo captures).
But what if you want to show your overlay images and logo the correct way round on-screen? Here are two ways to achieve this.
The easiest way to show overlays the correct way round is to simply turn off the webcam item Flip X property in the Screen Designer. You will need to do this on each webcam item on each screen in the event.
Advantages: Overlay images and logos are shown the correct way round. Videos and photo files are recorded without mirroring applied.
Disadvantages: The video feed is shown on-screen without mirroring.
Method 2 (available in version 5.3.9 or later)
In RightBoth Video settings, tick the setting: Mirror the webcam output. This causes the video feed to be flipped in the X direction directly from the webcam source.
Next turn off the webcam Flip X property in the Screen Designer. Again you will need to do this on all webcam items in the event.
Advantages: Overlay images and logos are shown the correct way round. On-screen video mirroring is also achieved.
Disadvantages: Videos and photo files are recorded with mirroring applied.
When you create a RightBooth event you can design it so that your users have a choice of either recording a video or taking some photos, but what if you want to force your users to do both without giving them a choice? This article explains how.
RightBooth 5 introduced the idea of event flow. Event flow allows you to design multiple event files that have different functions and then make them run in a particular sequence, giving your users the impression that they are running a single event. And in this article we will use RightBooth's event flow features to solve the problem posed above by using two event files and linking them together.
Create two event files
- Run RightBooth
- From the main screen, click the New button to create a new event
- Then click Save As to save this event file with the name photos
- Now click the New button to create a second new event
- Click Save As again and save this event file with the name videos
Design the photos event file
Open the photos event file and set the following event design properties...
Save the photos event file.
Design the video event file
Now open the videos event file and set the following...
Save the videos event file.
How it works
You are now ready to test the event flow. Open the photos event file again and start the event.
Here is what will happen...
The Drawing Tools allow you to draw and write directly over the on-screen live video window (displayed by the webcam item). This feature is useful if you want your users to be able to write their name, a message or a drawing onto the video recordings and photos.
Adding the Drawing Tools to an Event
The Drawing Tools can be added to any screen in the event, but they are only relevant on screens that contain one or more webcam items, such as the Start screen or the Record Video screen.
To add the drawing tools:
Using the Drawing Tools
During an event whenever a user takes a set of photos, they are normally displayed on the 'Show Photo' screen using a standard white, round cornered border, as shown in this screenshot designed for 3 photos:
This article explains how you can easily alter this style so that your photos appear within a filmstrip.
During your events, there may be occasions where you want to show your users a screen containing information or perhaps play a video or show some images. This article explains how to add your own customised screens to your events.
Adding a new screen
You can now start to add items to the new screen. You can add any item (or combination of items) from the Add Items Toolbox. You could display text, videos, images, countdowns, clocks, etc.
Choosing a Screen Display Timeout
You need to decide how long your new screen will be displayed to your event users.
Open the Properties Toolbox and set the Screen Timeout to one of the following:
Decide When To Show Your Screen
On the Screen Designer Toolbox, make sure your new screen is selected, then use the Up and Down arrow keys to move your screen up or down the Screen List to the position you would like the screen to appear.
For example, if you would like your new screen to appear immediately after the Choices screen during the event, move the screen down until it is shown below the Choices screen on the Screen List.
Points to Note
Your computer must have a Firewire input port
If it doesn't you can obtain a FireWire PCI card at very low cost (less than $12) from stores such as Amazon. You will also need a Firewire cable (less than $5) to attach the camcorder to the FireWire port on your computer, or perhaps your camcorder already has a Firewire cable, in which case Happy Days!
Next you need to download and install the software tool: DVDriver
This is available from TrackerCam for around $20.
This piece of software lets you use your camcorder with any software that works with webcams (including RightBooth). It works by fooling Windows into thinking that your camcorder is just an ordinary USB webcam. We've not tested this software, but we know of people using it successfully on their computers.
And that's really all there is to it
Once all the above conditions are met, the DVDriver should appear for selection in the Webcam list within the RightBooth Video settings. Select DVDriver from the Webcam list and you are good to go.
Whilst we have not tried this configuration ourselves we know of RightBooth users who have connected a camcorder this way, and they report that it produces really great video recordings.
Now show the Image Sequence Properties and set the Animate properties to those shown in the screen shot below:
There are lots of animation types to choose from, so try experimenting with various animations and speeds until you achieve the desired effect. In our example we are applying a radial fade effect between the images. The effect speed is 0.4 seconds with a 0.1 second pause between each animation.
We now need to add the text prompts, but before we do this we must create the prompts as a set of external text files that we can then include in a label sequence item.
So using NotePad (or a similar text editor), create three text files, with each file containing one line of text. So your first text file contains the line 'Nice one!', the second text file contains 'Super photo!' and the third file contains 'Great job!'.
Save the three text files on your computer and return to the RightBooth Screen Designer.
Now show the Label Sequence Properties and set the Shadow, Text and Animate properties to those shown in the screen shot below:
Again, you can play with the Animate properties until you obtain the desired animation effect between the text prompts.
To Crop or Not To Crop?
If you look at the recording sizes listed in RightBooth Video Settings, you will see that your webcam can be set to provide a video feed at one of a range of sizes, including 640x480, 800x600, 1280x720 and 1920x1080.
When you choose one of the webcam sizes, then your video and photo files will also be captured at these sizes. You will notice that with all the sizes available, none of them are square. So how do you capture square photos?
Here we will focus on how to capture photos at the size 1080x1080 pixels.
How Cropping Affects The Photo Capture
Without cropping turned on, your photo files will be captured at 1920x1080 pixels like this:
But if you enable cropping (as described above) your photos will be cropped to the area indicated by the red outline and will be saved as square photo files having the dimensions 1080x1080 pixels.
You can see that by enabling cropping RightBooth will discard some of the webcam image in order to create your required photo aspect ratio.
Points to note:
Finally don't forget, you can also apply cropping to your video recordings if required.
Altering the Video Recording Time with the Count Down Item
Note: If you alter this countdown value on the Record video screen, the change will also appear in the Event Type section mentioned previously.
Altering the Recording Time For Individual Video Answers
It is important to understand that changing the Maximum recording video time (mentioned above) will only change the recording time of RightBooth's standard video recording feature. Changing this value does NOT affect the maximum recording time of any questions you may have previously added into the event.
If you have questions in your event where you need to modify the maximum recording time of the video answer, do the following:
Note: Before reading this article please familiarise yourself with creating RightBooth Question and Answer events by reading these two articles: Question and Answer Events and Multiple Choice Question and Answer Events
When creating question and answer events you will have noticed the Branch columns in the Question table of the RightBooth Event Designer, entitled: Multi Branch and Branch.
Branch values allow you to present different sub-sets of questions (from the total set of questions in the question table) to users depending upon answers that they provide to multiple choice questions. When a user selects a particular answer to a multi choice question, you can then specify the next question in the table that will be shown to the user.
Branch values can be any of the following:
you can see Question 1 contains 4 possible answers, and notice that each answer has also been given a Branch value in the 'Multi Branch' column. Also notice that questions 2 to 5 have different 'Branch' values in the Branch column, for example Question 3 has the branch value 'Finished'. The first point to remember here is that Multiple choice questions use the Multi Branch column and all other question types use the Branch column.
So let's explain what happens for each answer to Question 1
For this user age range we only want to know what they are expecting for Christmas.
After selecting Under 14 to question 1, RightBooth will use the associated Multi Branch value for answer Under 14, which is Next. The user will then be shown Question 2 asking about Christmas presents. They then record a video answer and the Question 2 Branch value of Finished will prevent the user from being asked any further questions from the table.
15 to 18
For this user age range we only want to know what profession they are interested in after leaving school.
After selecting 15 to 18 to question 1, RightBooth will use the associated Multi Branch value for answer 15 to 18, which is 3. The user will then be shown Question 3, asking about leaving school. They then record a video answer and the Question 3 Branch value of Finished will prevent the user from being asked any further questions.
19 to 40
For this user age range we want to ask the user two questions, one about ambitions and the other about hobbies.
After selecting 19 to 40 to question 1, RightBooth will use the associated Multi Branch value for answer 19 to 40, which is 4. The user will then be shown Question 4 asking about ambitions. They then record a video answer and the Question 4 Branch value of Next will then show Question 5 about hobbies. After typing their text answer for Hobbies, the user will not be asked any further questions because there are no more remaining in the table after Question 5.
For this age range we only want to know about their hobbies.
After selecting 41+ to question 1, RightBooth will use the associated Multi Branch value for answer 41+, which is 5.
The user will then be shown Question 5 asking about hobbies. Again they will not be asked any further questions.
This very simple example shows how it is possible to change the type and number of questions asked to each user depending upon answers given to other questions. You are free to add as many multiple choice questions and branch conditions as you need. You can also branch back to previous questions if required.
Here is another example:
This Question Table uses multi choice questions with branching to create 4 different paths through the remaining questions.
Notice that to achieve this 4 way path, we added the age question twice, one for males and one for females.
So you are running an event at your social gathering and you would like to thank each of your guests (after they have used the system) by playing them a video message. In this article we explain how to set this up.
Record your video
The easiest way to record your 'Thank you' video is to use RightBooth itself of course!
So, sit down, think about what you would like to say to your guests, then run the event and record your video.
Your video will be saved in the current event folder (defined in Settings), so using Windows Explorer find your recorded video file and then we suggest you move it to the Videos folder on your system, and rename it in the process to something like thankyou.avi.
Add your video to the event
To add your 'Thank you' video:
Changing the Screen Timeout
You now have your video on the Thank you screen, so each time the screen is shown your 'Thank you' video will play.
However, the default display time for the Thank you screen is set to 4 seconds, so your video will only play for 4 seconds before RightBooth automatically returns to the Start screen. To fix this...
Starting with version 5.1.15, RightBooth provides support for using up to four printers during your events. This article explains why you might find this feature useful, with the example of having two printers attached to the computer.
Reducing Printing Delays
Depending on the capabilities of your printer and your chosen printer settings you may find the speed at which your photo prints are produced is not sufficient to keep pace with the number of event users, and therefore you may start to incur a growing backlog of printouts as the event continues.
To solve this problem, you can split the photo printing task between your multiple printers as follows:
Overcoming Printer Problems
You may prefer to have other printers attached to act as backups that are only used if other attached printers malfunction in some way. To do this, follow the steps listed above, but select the option: Fail over.
Now during the event, all photo printouts will normally be sent to Printer 1, but if RightBooth detects a problem on Printer 1 it will then switch to using Printer 2. Again, you can choose to add Printer 3 and 4 to this set up.
With Fail over, RightBooth will check for the following printer problems before each print out is generated:
RightBooth allows you to add an audio file to each screen in the event. During the event, the audio file will play each time the screen is displayed. This can be useful if you want to help guide your users through the system or simply to play some music at various places within the event flow.
On the Audio Properties you'll notice that you can also alter the audio volume and audio speed.
You can also make the audio file play again (Repeat), after it completes and also provide the amount of time (the Delay) before the audio repeats.
Remember... Each screen can have a different audio prompt. So for example if you have an audio file that say's 'Thank you for using our system', you could add that to the event Thank you screen.
Adding Audio to Countdown Items
Another place where you can add audio prompts is on a Countdown item.
RightBooth version 5.1 now provides support for creating multiple choice questions.
In this article we describe how to make use of this feature.
Before reading, we suggest you familiarise yourself with creating question and answer events here:
How to create question and answer events
Defining multiple choice questions
Multiple choice questions can be created using the new Answer Type 'Multi' which is available in the Question Designer table. To define a multi choice question, add a new question to the question table, enter your question text and set the Answer type to 'Multi' as follows:
In our example we are asking how old the user is, so we need to enter some choices. Clicking in the Multi Answers cell of the Question grid will reveal the Multi Answers edit panel, where you can add up to 10 answers to the question as follows:
When you have added the answers, returning to the Question grid will show them listed alongside the question as follows:
Notice that each answer can have a Multi Branch value. By default this is set to 'Next' for each answer, meaning that the next question in the table will be shown after the user selects an answer to the current question. We will cover branching in more detail in another article.
You can obviously create as many multi answer questions as you need in the question grid, but here we will simply concentrate on our single question.
Designing multiple choice questions
In the Screen Designer, your multi choice question screen will initially be automatically arranged as follows:
Each answer is shown together with an associated button. You are free to move, size and edit all items on the screen as required and you can alter the text and the button styles. Here we've aligned all the answers in a single column and re-positioned the question label.
When the event is running and the question is shown, the user can click or touch any answer text item or associated button item in order to answer the question, they will then be shown the next question, or the next screen in the event if all questions have been answered.
Users answers will all be recorded in the file userdetails.txt which you will find in the folder that you have chosen for saving event recordings. This is defined in the Folders section of the RightBooth Settings.
You can use RightBooth to create question and answer events. This allows you to present your users with a set of questions that your users answer during the event. Your event file can contain as many questions as you like and you can choose to make users answer all the questions or let them decide for themselves which they would prefer to answer.
Each question can be presented to the user in one of the following ways:
Answers can be obtained from the user in one of the following ways:
Step 1 - Create a Question Event File
Step 2 - Create your Questions
Next we add Question 2. Question 2 will be a text question, requiring the user to type a text answer and we want to force the user to answer the question, so no Skip this time. Here is the completed Question and Answer grid containing our two questions:
Step 3 - Designing the Answer Screens
Below you can see how we've laid out the two answer screens, making sure that the answer text is not obscured by either the video window or the on-screen keyboard:
One thing to point out: you can alter any question text, answer text or referenced video files directly on the screens in the Screen Designer if you wish, and your changes will be added to the Question and Answer grid.
Save the file and you're now ready to run the event and get your users recording video and text answers to your questions.
I now hear you asking, what about the Multiple choice questions and the Multi Answers, Multi Branch and Branch items in the Question Grid?
OK. We'll cover multi choice questions in another article soon.
We've been asked on a number of occasions where (on your computer) you can find the event videos, photos and text messages that are recorded during an event.
By default, each event you create with RightBooth will store its files in a separate sub folder within the Documents folder on your computer:
My Documents\RightBooth 5\Events
You can use Windows Explorer to browse to this folder, but perhaps the easiest way to open and view this folder is to use RightBooth as follows:
Notice in the Folder for saving files box in the screen shot below that the sub folder name is event1, which is also the name of the event file that is currently open in RightBooth.
Because the check box Add event name as sub folder is ticked, RightBooth will automatically add a new sub folder with the same name as each new event file you create.
RightBooth will also show you how many videos, photos and message files are stored in the event folder, in the example below you can see that 41 videos have been recorded
How do you make global changes to all screens in an event? This is where the Formatter Toolbox comes in handy.
We'll explain how to use the Formatter by way of answering some of the questions we've been asked on the subject.
I've altered the background on one of the event screens.
'I've changed the size and position of the webcam item on the Start screen.
Using this approach you can select any item on any screen, and then use the Formatter to apply its size, position and design to all items of the same type, on all the other screens in the event,
So as another example, if you design a button item on one screen to have a particular image, icon, and shadow, you can then use the Formatter to quickly and easily make all the buttons in the event have the same design.
'I've changed the font name and font size of a button text prompt on the Choices screen.
We hope you can see that the Formatter Tool helps with design productivity when you need to make global changes to your event screens and screen items.
Imagine you have a conference or an exhibition where you want to ask the male attendees a different set of questions to the females. So what you really need is to be able to present your RightBooth users with a menu of two choices, one for Male and one for Female.
You then need to show the appropriate questions depending upon the menu choice made by the user.
Here we explain how to achieve this by way of an example.
Create a new event file and add all the questions required for the male users into this event.
Save the event, naming it MensQuestions.
Create a second event file, this time for the women.
Add the women's questions into this second event and save it as WomensQuestions.
Create a third event file. This file will allow us to provide the menu. To do this:
Design your menu screen.
Go to the Screen Designer and choose the Menu screen from the Screen List on the Toolbox.
Size and position the menu buttons and alter the menu text accordingly. Notice in the screenshot below, we've also altered the button image for each choice. You could also add images and other text to this screen if required:
Decide whether to keep the Start screen within your menu file. If not, remove it as follows:
Save this menu event file with a name of your choice. In the first screenshot above you can see we've named the file: MenWomenMenu.
We now need to modify the Event Flow in the MenQuestions and WomenQuestions event files. Open each file in turn and do the following:
Job Done !
Now simply open and run the MenWomenMenu event and everything will work as required.
When a menu item is selected it will open the associated event file to present the selected questions, and when the chosen event completes, times out, or the user cancels the event, RightBooth will then open the previous event, in other words it will return to showing the menu again.
This is a fairly simple example, but by using the approach described in this article we hope you can see how you can create sophisticated and flexible events, involving numerous event files connected together with menus and event flow rules.