I got around it by using functions and disabling previous boolean after it has ran so it only triggered once. instead of every tick.
Ashley Well even if it's supposed to be "Run this tick if it did not run last tick", it does that but only for the first instance. The instances other than the first go "Run every tick", ignoring the trigger once.
Understandable if it's an issue not worth fixing as it's a bug that happens with crappy code.
It's an obscure problem and I was doing quick code when I came across it. There are better ways to do it (as what I already have done), but it just looked broken due to that without the "For Each Text", the events runs for each Text and function as expected.
When you have a 2 condition event like that running every tick, it's implying the "For Each" in it's picking (as far as I know). I wanted to pick 1 object and run a group of events for that specific object for every instance of that object. Without the For-Each it was breaking as when I trying to select other objects linked to it, it affected many things I did not want.
Using UID and functions I segmented the code, and forced picking by UID through the function instead of picking by Current Instance in For-Each loop. Still using a For-each for the first part, but since it's for-each I just grab the UID and have it run the function when I have it set to turn off the boolean as an action rather than looking to see if the boolean was just turned off.