Accessibility Focus not happening - Storyline 2, html5, using chrome browser

Hello,

I'm checking keyboard access to one of my tutorials and I don't seem to be getting any focus on my tutorial at all when I use the tab key.

I'm using Storyline 2, published in html5, viewed in chrome browser.

You can see the published file here https://www.keele.ac.uk/hltutorials/gettingstarted/usingabook/story_html5.html

Can  anyone suggest why I would have this problem? Did I miss a setting?

Any help appreciated.

6 Replies
Crystal Horn

Hi there, Cheryl. I see the same thing with your course. It looks like it was published with update 12 of Storyline 2. We enhanced our support for newer versions of Chrome with update 13. Could you install the latest version of Storyline 2, republish this course, and let me know if you still can't tab?

Thank you!

Crystal Horn

Hi there, Cheryl. My team and I did some further testing, and we're also seeing issues with tabbing content in the latest update of Storyline 2 (you can download it here). 

I'm going to write this issue up for us to investigate. I'm sorry I haven't discovered a workaround yet, but I'll keep you posted. 

Crystal Horn

Hi again, Cheryl. I must apologize -- I missed our system requirements for Storyline 2 and accessibility. While newer versions of Storyline include accessibility support in HTML5 output, Storyline 2 does not. Accessibility functions are supported in the Flash output when hosted in Internet Explorer 11. 

I'm sorry to have overlooked this point the last few days. As you're planning for the future of your courses in a Flash-free world, feel free to have a trial of Storyline 3 or Articulate 360 for the best in HTML5 support. No strings - your files will be backed up in Storyline 2 format if you decide you need to stay with that version.