Trouble with Flash .swfs and Auto Advance
Writing because I've been assigned to make a variety of edits to an Articulate presentation that consists entirely of Flash .swf files inserted into slides and then published. The trouble we're having is getting some of these slides to auto advance to the next slide after the Flash file is done playing.
I've tried the trick to insert the .swfs as Web Objects using the tutorial on this site, but that doesn't work because then the slide automatically advances at the end of the time duration (in this case 5 seconds inserted just to fill space). I'd just set the slide duration to the time of the individual Flash file, but they're not all timed the same--some are one or two minutes, others closer to ten. There doesn't seem to be a way to individually set duration times for the slides.
While all the Flash files display correctly and function fine, some of them end and then the user is required to push next to move forward even though that's not what we want. It's set at Advance Automatically in the Slide Properties menu, and we do have some .swfs that ARE progressing automatically, with no apparent difference with those that don't.
To distill it into a question: How do I get my slides to auto advance after the Flash files are done playing?