Dear Wolfgang,

I read your detailed explanation about the difference between "overlay" and 
"layer".

Here is your sample code using layer.

\starttext

\definelayer[test]

\setlayer[test][x=3cm,y=6cm]{ONE}
\setlayer[test][x=8cm,y=2cm]{TWO}
\setlayer[test][x=2cm,y=9cm]{THREE}

\flushlayer[test]

\stoptext

It shows ONE, TWO, and THREE in the same page.

I'd like to show each word one by one when I click, so I tested the following 
code.

\setupinteraction[state=start]
\usemodule[pre-60]
\starttext
\definelayer[test1]
\definelayer[test2]
\definelayer[test3]
\setlayer[test1][x=3cm,y=6cm]{ONE}
\setlayer[test2][x=8cm,y=2cm]{TWO}
\setlayer[test3][x=2cm,y=9cm]{THREE}
\StartSteps
\flushlayer[test1] \FlushStep
\flushlayer[test2] \FlushStep
\flushlayer[test3] \FlushStep
\StopSteps
\stoptext

This code produces 3 page output one word per each page. There is no need to 
click the mouse.
I may misunderstand about the layer.

However, is there a way to show each word one by one in the same page when I 
click.

Best regards,
Thank you.

Dalyoung
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