Custom Player/Skin in Storyline

Hello Guys

Is it possible to make your own custom player/skin in Articulate Storyline?

All I've found so far are posts on how to make a custom player/skin

in Articulate Presenter.

I might have missed this topic while searching the forums so I would like 

to apologize in advance if this topic has already been discussed.

Lionel

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Lara Yuzwa

Hello,

I am just getting started with Articulate and created my own player, but I haven't figured out how to apply to the player to a project. When I open a new project and go to 'Player' I select my player under the Current Player tab, which is wonderful but then when I go back to my project the standard player is still in use.  I believe I am definately missing a step.

Any guidance, would be amazing.

Christine Hendrickson

Welcome to the community, Lara!

First, you might want to try following the steps outlined in the following article:

Saving Your Player or Switching to a Different One

Let us know if you have any questions, or any trouble, after following the steps in the tutorial. 

Thanks and welcome again :D

Christine

Christine Hendrickson

Hey Tyri...err.. Sij! :D

Afraid there isn't a built-in method for this, but what you could do is swap the labels for them and then swap the triggers. So, you could trigger the default "Previous" button to jump to the next slide and the default "Next" button to jump to the previous slide.

If you're going to need this for each slide, it might be a good idea to start with a "go to" slide first in the project. That way, you can just duplicate the slide and add your content to it. Then, when you're done with the project, you can remove the original slide.

I hope this helps!

Have a great day Sij :)

Christine

Jessica Gauhs

Steve Flowers said:

Custom buttons with triggers can be added to the top menu (right or left) using the Player Properties dialog. You can also add custom buttons to the master slide to trigger a close course option.


Is there a way to customize our this type of  'Exit' tab to only show on a certain slide, like you can adjust with the Resources tab?

Glenn Carton

Steve Flowers said:

Custom buttons with triggers can be added to the top menu (right or left) using the Player Properties dialog. You can also add custom buttons to the master slide to trigger a close course option.


How did you get the Square corners on the player? I can't find it and I really dislike the rounded corners.