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  • There's actually a script for putting objects in sequence on tap so just use that script and just switch it for images it should work the same way 

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  • Download to the example just click the screen and it should repeat the images in sequence

     

    https://bit.ly/2xj2BA1

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  • I made a little mistake but you'll see just leave value 0 empty and use as many values as you want but 0

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  • this is the script itself

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    // @input SceneObject[] items

     

    // Arrays are indexed from 0.

    // Disable everything but the first (0th) item .

    for (var i = 1; i < script.items.length; i++) {

    script.items[i].enabled = false;

    }

     

    // We remember what item is currently visible.

    // When we start it's the 0th item.

    var currentItemIndex = 0;

     

    // Define what happens when you tap.

    function activateNextItem () {

    // Disable the current item.

    script.items[currentItemIndex].enabled = false;

     

    // Increment the current item index

    currentItemIndex += 1;

     

    // We need the current item index to wrap around

    // once it's higher than the number of items we have.

    currentItemIndex = currentItemIndex % script.items.length;

     

    // Enable the new item.

    script.items[currentItemIndex].enabled = true;

    }

     

    // Bind the function to the touch event.

    var touchEvent = script.createEvent("TapEvent");

    touchEvent.bind(activateNextItem)

     

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  • if this is not what you meant then just post a comment and ill try to help you out as much as I can

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  • There is a very easy process that can help you to do this task have a look athere first to understand the sequence details.

     
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