Player has arrived at object
Indicates that the actor has cancelled the object. For instance, cancelling a calendar event or scheduled post. Also used to scotch ideas by not "deleting" them
Audience has clicked object- button or link usually
The actor (specifically EXCON) offered an opinion or left notes which comment some content, person, timeline or a review. Not to be confused with "reviewed" which is used by training audience.
Player has deleted an object (usually content)
Indicates that the actor dislikes the object. Note that the "dislike" verb is distinct from the "unlike" verb which assumes that the object had been previously "liked".
Player has edited a URL, article or such like
Object has played last inject
Object timing has been accelerated (start-state timings for current object not used).
Indicates that the actor began following the activity of the object. In most cases, the objectType will be a person
Indicates that the actor marked the object as an item of special interest
Audience member as logged in
Object has been paused. E.g. will not progress to next inject until resumed
Player has "published" some object - could be a URL or news article. Details contained in the message.
Audience or facilitator has registered for the object (ie. an exercise)
The actor posted a reply to a social media post, forum, website, comment thread or discussion etc
Object (e.g. MEL) has resumed execution after being paused.
Indicates that the actor has shown interested in the object. For example, player has reviewed a suspect.
Player has saved some object but not yet published nor scheduled for publication
Player has published object with a future date - hence scheduled for publication
Player has searched for a term via object's search capability
Indicates that the actor has called out the object to others. In most cases, the actor did not create the object being shared, but is instead drawing attention to it.
indicates that associated data has been faked or manipulated
Start of an object (may not be start of the exercise as Conducttr allows multiple simultaneous MELs to be running)
Indicates that the actor successfully ended an activity.
Indicates that the actor stopped following the activity of the object. In most cases, the objectType will be a person
Indicates that the actor no longer likes an object he once liked.