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Adrian Dean

Hi Angie,

Welcome to Heroes. You would have to create your own custom navigation buttons much like you did for your submit button. You can copy them and paste them on each slide of your course. Then you could create a separate number variable for each slide.

Have each variable's value start at 0. Add a trigger to each slide so that it adds a 1 to each variable when the user clicks your custom submit buttons. This is important because you are going to set each state for your custom next/previous buttons to hidden at the start.

Using another trigger, you'll change the state of the next/previous button from hidden to normal when the variable is equal to or greater than 1. That way they will stay hidden at first and only will appear after the user clicks the submit button. Then when they go back to review, they will be able to use your custom next/previous buttons to move from slide to slide.

Hope that makes sense.

Always Happy to Help,

Adrian

Adrian Dean

Hi Angie,

I believe I overcomplicated things some, now looking back. Instead of creating a custom submit button, use the one in the player. Turn off the next and prev buttons in each slide's navigation. If you are using feedback layers, have the slide advance when they click continue or whatever word you use for the button placeholder. The next and prev navigation buttons won't appear until the user opts to review their quiz by clicking the review button on the results slide at the end. Using the retry button will have them retake the quiz and everything will work as it did the first time around.

My earlier solution worked or appeared to work when mapping it out, but having gone back and taken a long look, what should work doesn't. That's why you are having problems with it. The above I know works, having designed one that way. I can walk you through any part, just let me know.

Adrian