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Leslie McKerchie

Hi Randy!

You slide length is controlled by the material on the slides, or controlled by your publish options for slides without audio, video, or animation.

You can set them to advance automatically after the time has elapsed, which takes the control out of the users hands.

Other users have mentioned adding resources/hyperlinks as additional documentation that the learner has to review.

I do not know the details of your situation, but those are just some suggestions and others in the community may be able to chime in as well.

Nelson Diaz

You could also change your navigation restriction method from "free" to "restricted" under the menu settings.  This way the learner has to take the course linearly (the first time) and cannot advance (click Next or use the menu to skip slides) until each slide is complete.  Once the slides have been viewed, the restriction is lifted and the user can navigate freely, skip slides, go back and forth, etc.

Randy Richardson

Nelson Diaz said:

You could also change your navigation restriction method from "free" to "restricted" under the menu settings.  This way the learner has to take the course linearly (the first time) and cannot advance (click Next or use the menu to skip slides) until each slide is complete.  Once the slides have been viewed, the restriction is lifted and the user can navigate freely, skip slides, go back and forth, etc.


that would work if navigating by the menu but i forgot to mention that i'm using the back and next buttons. 

I ended up creating t/f variable that resets itself every time a new slide comes up.  For each slide i set a restriction to move to next slide only if the t/f variable is equal to true.

"audiocomplete" variable = false

In master view: Set audiocomplete equal to false When timeline starts

Slide Trigger: for each slide: Set audiocomplete to true when the audio completes "name of audio on slide"

Player Trigger: Jump to next slide When the user click the next button If audio complete is equal to True.