25 Replies
Tricia Ransom

Hi Ashley,

What is the feature enhancement request URL? I created customer training, and most of my customers are banks. They have been complaining that the CC button doesn't look like CC.

I've tried to put it on my master slide, but then the navigation UX is messed up as there is a random button on the slide instead of the player.

Did I see somewhere where someone posted a js method to put it as a link at the top left/right?

Bob O'Donnell

As far as I know, all the button positions are in a "fixed" position. If you want a closed caption button in a certain place you would need to create your own. It also would need to be placed somewhere in the content area.

It might be nice feature if Storyline offered an alternate placement option, like all buttons centered in the middle of the slide. A client asked me about that one time.

Mark Gretzinger

Hi Katie, 

We are stuck using the Classic player because of the accessibility issues outlined in this discussion:

https://community.articulate.com/discussions/articulate-storyline/accessibility-issues-87c09401-055a-461f-b4e3-5fac6772ab84

I know there is going to be an update of the player soon that will include better accessibility. Do you know if it will address those issues, and when the update is scheduled to happen?

Lauren Connelly

Hello Mark!

You're right, our team is hard at work building an accessible player! Based on the gravity of this project, we aren't sharing a timeline yet. The good news is that we are in Beta so we are receiving amazing feedback that will help us reach perfection with the accessible player! Thanks for checking in! You can always see what we are working on here.

Ren Gomez

Hi Mark,

As Lauren mentioned, because of the massive effort in getting the accessible player ready for rollout, we hesitate to share any specific timeline details. Our current plan is to begin releasing those features early next year. As we get closer to release, we'll keep folks posted on any shift in that timing. I hope that helps give you an idea of its priority!