I have now managed to get my age Tiam wired up pretty well with the use of pyhton nodes. I have the xStandardDoor.py working for my three sliding doors, the xAgeBoolShowHide.py shows and hides several clickables and objects which are triggered by the xAgeBoolSet.py. And an SDL file to save it all( even if it have 5 StateDesc Versions atm, I have to admit that there have been a some trial and error ). I do suspect though, that my nodes aren't the most efficient or elegant ones, but they work .
But there is something I don't know how to handle, how do I save an animation state? I have a clickable that triggers an objects animation and have a node attached. The node does its work, animates an object and shows another object. That other object's visible state is saved after leaving and returning to the age, but the first objects animation state is not saved. Which I want it to be obviously. I was thinking maybe xAgeSDLBoolRespond could be used? I don't know what 'F-forward on VM notify' and 'F-forward on Init' means though? Do I need those?
This is my node tree: