Scenes have their own page settings, layers and safe zones. You can therefore approach a scene like a page, allowing a viewer to vertically through pages in your horizontally scrolling publication.
There are different ways to display scenes. You can make them behave like a longread by putting every next scene underneath the previous one through the neutral setting. You can also apply effects to scene transition by using the effect setting. With the direct option you can create manual links that the user can click to show this specific scene, without any animation. This last option can come in handy when you want to switch states very fast without showing this to your viewers.
You can choose if you would like to use the mousescroll to switch between scenes. When it is turned off, you can only go to scenes by manually linking to them.
This is a scene that sticks on top of all other scenes in a page. This can be useful for placing a next, previous or menu button that stays on top of all other scenes.