Hi! Sorry about the confusing wording of the question but I'm honestly struggling to find a better way of phrasing it. I'll try to be as plain as I can:
I'm trying to create a very simple one-click-advances-the-story Twine. So the user only has to click on the passage, anywhere, to advance. To this end, I have removed all link effects except for the cursor pointer. The link doesn't light up, isn't underlined etc. The whole of each passage is one big link to the next one.
However, what I'd really, really like to do is also to be able to use the <<insert>> macro within a passage, so that the first time the user clicks, new text is added/inserted, and then the second time the user clicks, the passage changes.
This obviously creates a conflict, because the clickable <<insert>> text is inside the link to the next page. I've tested what happens, and essentially, it just ignores the <<insert>> command altogether.
Is there any kind of extra script, commands etc I can do to make it so that the <<insert>> link is prioritised and the new text added in before anything else?