Is there anyway to have a dialog tree that is tied to an invisible object and have that tree be able to be interacted with several times? Let's say the dialog tree gives information a player may need to solve a puzzle and it is tied to an invisible object that is set within a computer console. I would like the player to be able to interact with this dialog tree multiple times and not just once, in case they need to revisit the tree for more information.
No, I know you can do that. But say they walk away from the invisible object or close the dialog tree. I still want that invisible object to be "active" so they can bring up that dialog tree a second, third, fourth, umpteenth time if they want.
The only real way to do it is to have multiple invisible objects and multiple copies of the dialogue that is to be displayed. Just use the copy function to make 5 or so copies of the dialogue and then make it so the following sequence occurs.
Invisible Object 1 shown -> Interact results in Dialogue 1 & Invisible Object 2 being shown -> Interact results in Dialogue 2 & Invisible Object 3 being shown, and so on.
Thanks for your reply. I thought about this method after I posted my original post and then I thought, nah, there has to be an easier way to do it. I'll just have to be sure to inform the player that the console can only be activated a handful of times.