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Brian Batt

Hi Bruce,

Were these files created with Presenter '09?  If so, then Storyline is grabbing the advance settings from Slide Properties in Presenter.  If your slide is set to advance automatically, it'll convert to "jump to next slide when the timeline ends."  If your slide is set to advance by the user, it'll convert to jumping to the next slide when user clicks the next button.  This is as designed.

Bruce Graham

Brian Batt said:

Hi Bruce,

Were these files created with Presenter '09?  If so, then Storyline is grabbing the advance settings from Slide Properties in Presenter.  If your slide is set to advance automatically, it'll convert to "jump to next slide when the timeline ends."  If your slide is set to advance by the user, it'll convert to jumping to the next slide when user clicks the next button.  This is as designed.


Hi Brian, and thanks.

Nope - just PowerPoint imports, have not previously been anywhere near Articulate products.

I could understand it if had been Presenter, but not straight .ppt.

Bruce

Brian Batt

Hi Bruce,

Thanks for uploading the file.  Yes, that's as expected.  In Story View, just select all of the slides & change either the "Slide advances" properly or uncheck the "Next" slide navigation control.  There's currently not a way to change which default triggers are added.  Here's a quick screencast that I created with the explanation as well:

http://www.articulate.com/support/contact/screencast.php?screencastid=7be7dcfcb3eb4f83a94220e6045d4554