Change the â€śRed hideâ€ť case from â€śElse Ifâ€ť to â€śIfâ€ť (right/alt click on the case and choose â€śToggle IF/ELSE IFâ€ť). For your scenario, you could set all your cases to â€śIfâ€ť instead of â€śElse Ifâ€ť.

Hereâ€™s why:

Case â€śBlue hideâ€ť has logic of â€śIf [[Window.scrollY]] is greater than 250â€ť

Then, case â€śBlue showâ€ť has logic of â€śElse If [[Window.scrollY]] is less than 250â€ť

The only other possible result is Window.scrollY equals 250 (â€¦and this is never handled, so nothing would happen in this situation.)

Case â€śRed hideâ€ť has logic of â€śElse If [[Window.scrollY]] is greater than 700â€ť --but this was already true for the first case (700 is greater than 250), so would not be logically true in this â€śElse Ifâ€ť case. Changing this logic to â€śIf â€¦â€ť means this case will always be evaluated regardless of prior cases.

I would recommend you change the first case to be â€śis greater than or equal toâ€ť just to cover the possibility of Window.scrollY being exactly 250.