The last "Trigger once" line doesn't fire at all in this case:
While in this case it does:
I just can't figure out the logic behind this. "Trigger once" should logically always fire once on the first tick within an event which condition is true, so why do I need to move it to the top for it to work?
What's stranger is that the root condition still fires, so I could for example do this:
But as soon as I move the "Console.Text"-action down into the "Trigger once" event, it just won't fire.
Anyone know why this is? Because I just can't figure it out.
Just to be clear, the end-goal here isn't to print the text, it's to figure out why "Trigger once" isn't firing in this case.