Mulitple Slide Sizes in One Course

Hello,

I'm building a course that will act as a case study.  The content would be presented in standard 4:3 ratio.   Part of the problem that I am trying to overcome is a way for a learner to submit their response to the case study.  I have text entry boxes that the learner uses to answer questions, I then have their responses pulled to another slide.

I'd like that slide that hold the content to be in a ratio closer to a standard letter size 8.5 inches by 11 inches so that the learner can print and submit that document to the instructor.

If anyone has other ideas as to how I can implement such a process I am open to those suggestions, currently this seems like the best solution to the problem I have reached.

Thank you everyone!

4 Replies
Jose Halupa

Ashley Terwilliger said:

Hi Jose, 

There isn't a way to have multiple story sizes in one course, but if you have a lot of text that you'd like to display on one screen you may want to look at using a scrolling panel. 


Hi Ashley,

Its more that I was using a JavaScript function so that the learner could print their responses.  When you do that thought it stretches the slide to fit the page and everything looks wacky.

Is there a way through a variable that content they provide is taken and maybe placed into an email?  I'm trying to end the end almost treat their responses to questions like a form that is submitted for review.

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Jose,

Storyline doesn't include an email results functionality,   but you may want to look into some of the Javascript best practices in this article. For example there is a:

Save Storyline variables to a text file
[video demonstration here]

var fso = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");
var s = fso.OpenTextFile("C:\\Test.txt", 8, true, 0);
var name = player.GetVar("TextEntry");
var email = player.GetVar("TextEntry1");
s.WriteLine("Email: " + email);
s.WriteLine("Name: " + name);
s.WriteLine("==========");
s.Close();