UPDATE - RESOLVED: Next and Previous - forced navigation structure not working
I have recently commenced a new role elsewhere developing eLearning SCORM packages using Articulate Storyline 3.
I have been provided with an Articulate template file, to which my clients want me to use the default Next and Previous buttons in-built to the player, rather than custom ones.
I am trying to design every slide, so that the user cannot just skip through by pressing Next over and over. So, what I have done, is for almost every slide, the Next button will not appear until either the end of the timeline, or if a certain requirement has been fulfilled, such as clicking on interactions.
I have also done this with the Previous button, so the Previous button is also hidden and will not be revealed until the end of the slide's timeline or if certain requirements are fulfilled, again such as clicking on all interactions.
I have set all slides so that the slides advanced "by user" and if you click on the Previous button, every slide is set to "Resume saved state", because I do not want users having to watch an entire slide again to be able to progress.
Here's where my problem lies.
If the user hits the Previous button, yes, they can go back and review the previous slide without having to re-watch it, but both the Next and Previous buttons are gone/hidden.
So, here's what I want to do:
1 - Make it so you have to go through each and every slide, so you cannot hit Next until the slide's timeline is complete or a certain interactive requirement is fulfilled.
2 - Be able to go back and forward through already seen slides, without having to re-watch them.
3 - I want both the Next and Previous buttons to be available for all re-visited slides.
Unfortunately, due to policy and security, I am not allowed to upload my working file for assistance, which is why I tried to provide as much information I could. I hope my post makes sense?