IE9: QUESTION SLIDE CUSTOMIZATION: Hotspot and Other Interactive Issues (?)
I'm currently working on quality-checking a completed Storyline 2 course with a Quiz that contains question slides that have been slightly customized with added graphics, and, in one or two cases, a simple interaction.
In one case, one where NO customization was used, a HOTSPOT question is causing issues when learners press the SUBMIT Button after clicking the associated hotspot (1 of 2) that is overlaid on an inserted slide graphic.
The only obvious problem I can see that MIGHT cause an issue on this Slide is that one of the two HOTSPOTS I added to the associated graphic falls outside of the border of the graphic slightly.
Would something as basic as this break Quiz functionality?
Seems a little unfortunate - HOTSPOTS in theory should look at the Question Slide Area as a WHOLE, not just the GRAPHIC - and if there WAS an issue with overlapping HOTSPOT positioning and/or placement, the eL developer should be warned while the Storyline Editor, so they can correct this prior to Publishing and Deployment.
Has anyone else run into any similar or other comparable issues (to this, and) where you might have added an extra element or two into an existing Question Slide, and problems were generated during run-through of the course content?
In cases where we have heavily customized the slide with additional details and/or interactions, we are also seeing some display glitches of the content in terms of layout and placement.
The affected browser being used in this scenario is Internet Explorer 9.
Please don't tell me to upgrade our browsers - we are already aware that Internet Explorer 11 solves many, if not most of these kinds of operational support issues.
Unfortunately, in this case, the client is locked to IE9 and must perforce use it.
Thanks in advance for your suggestions and help!