Chrome, HTML5 and looking at alternatives
Bit of a long-winded mail - so please bear with me!
We are publishing our content to CDs. We've previously published content for HTML5 as our work is a mix of slideshow, quiz, audio, video, PDF and this seems to have been the best solution for PC/MAC and across browsers.
We choose to use HTML5 as we got this message when trying to view a PDF from disc (i.e. locally): "The hyperlink feature on this slide has been disabled while viewing locally because your browser does not support it. "
With the current Chrome 44 issue, we're looking at alternatives. So far I'm thinking our best bet is to avoid including PDF/external links within our CDs and publish only Articulate Quiz, Slideshow, Audio and Video. This way we can export as CD with Flash/basic HTML options only.
Has anyone got any suggestions of how best to include PDF without using the HTML5 version?
And finally, does anyone know if there would be a way to export for CD with a HTML5 version included in the package.
Thanks in advance!