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Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Luke,

Some keystrokes are common keyboard shortcuts in web browsers (F1ALT+DCTRL+T, etc) and may result in unexpected behavior. When requiring users to press a specific key or combination of keys in your Storyline content, be sure to thoroughly test your published output to ensure it works as you expect.

The parent application—your web browser—will always receive the keystrokes. This behavior cannot be changed. If a conflict occurs, it's recommended that you adjust the design or requirements of your content to avoid the conflicting keystroke(s).

Keystrokes can be assigned to triggersstep-by-step screen recordings, and several question types.

Luke Mosse

Thanks for posting this - Good to see that it can work! - I've been having more issues with keystrokes being temperamental and working on and off on a page.  I'm not sure why it's happening - it might be something to do with importing templates from other projects.  Thanks for your help!