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Lance Stephenson

Phil Mayor said:

Jeanette, Its so neat we copied it some of it  for one of our projects, we are currently building 100 of these module sections for March 2012 release (they will all be free access as well)

Good artists copy, great artists steal!


Hey Phil,

How did you set up the three branches to be non-linear - Where you can select any path in any order, go through that section and land back on the menu page with a check mark showing that section or all sections have been completed?

Thanks,

Lance Stephenson

Rachel Leigh

Lance Stephenson said:

Phil Mayor said:

Jeanette, Its so neat we copied it some of it  for one of our projects, we are currently building 100 of these module sections for March 2012 release (they will all be free access as well)

Good artists copy, great artists steal!


Hey Phil,

How did you set up the three branches to be non-linear - Where you can select any path in any order, go through that section and land back on the menu page with a check mark showing that section or all sections have been completed?

Thanks,

Lance Stephenson


Lance, I think I can answer your first question.  Under the Articulate menu in PowerPoint, go to Slide Properties.  You might be able to do branching just in PowerPoint alone using the same technique.  To show a check mark, it may be a duplicate slide with a check mark (not sure about this as I'm fairly new to Articulate Studio) . 

Phil Mayor

Lance Stephenson said:

Hey Phil,

How did you set up the three branches on page 8 to be non-linear - Where you can select any path in any order, go through that section and land back on the page 8 with a check mark showing that section or all sections have been completed?

Thanks,

Lance Stephenson


Hi Lance

We are using a custom flash file to track variables, so when all three have been have been visited it will show the continue button, if you have access to flash I can share the files (you need to publish the continue buttons for each section)  if I remember accurately you can track about 20 variables so you could branch to 20 different slides, keep coming back to the menu and once complete move forward

Rachel, good guess I could probably have done 3 branches  using multiple slides, I just found this an easier way

Phil