Looks pretty close! There are two parts to finishing the PB thing you asked about (which, to address that question directly, is indeed part of the rule). First is getting a simple conditional. This will get you the following line when you're all done:
IF (Private Boolean is False) Exit Rule
but would be equivalent to this "full" conditional if you preferred to do it that way instead:
IF (Private Boolean is False) THEN
But since you only need a single condition (is PB false?) and a single action (Exit Rule), the Simple Conditional works just fine, is a couple less clicks, and only takes up one line. Just mentioning this so that you know how to do either way if you need to in the future.
The second part is getting that action as part of the Simple Conditional action, which should be straightforward since it won't let you finish adding the simple conditional without specifying one.
Here are the steps I would take to do the whole thing:
- Choose "Insert Action Before", and choose your "Set Private Boolean False" line (this will put the action at the beginning of the rule, where you want it)
- For "Select Action Type to Add," choose "Conditional Actions"
- For "Select Which Action to Add" (which will appear after the above step), choose "Simple Conditional Action"
- Under " Select capability for Action Condition," choose "Private Boolean"
- Choose "false" under "Private Boolean is..." (default is "true," so you'll need to change that)
- Click "Done with this conditional"
- For "Select Action Type for Conditional," choose "Delay or Repeat Actions, Wait"
- For "Selection Action Type to Add," choose "Exit Rule"
- As usual, keep hitting "Done"-type buttons until you've saved the action and ultimately the whole rule