Next button not jumping to next scene

I have just published my first Storyline course. All slides have triggers to jump to next slide (yes its a linear course). But  the slides at the end of one scene are not jumping to the first slide of the next scene when the next button is clicked. Do I have to manually set the triggers to jump to the next scene? Thanks for any suggestions.

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Elaine Poirier

Hi everyone,

I know that I need to manually edit the trigger to jump to the next slide when the slide is the last one of a scene.

But... the last slide of my scene is a question. So, there is no Next button, there is a Submit button. When I click Submit, the appropriate feedback layer appears. On the feedback layers, I edited the Continue buttons so the learner jump to the next slide which is in the next scene.

My problem is that when the learner completes the question and goes to the next scene, if he wants to display the question once again, he presses the Previous button and comes back to the question. But at this point, there is no more Submit button because the question has already been completed. There is a Next button. This Next button doesn't work properly and I can't find where to edit it. Can you help me?

Thanks in advance!

Elaine

Sheri  Matt

I came on the site looking for the answer to this exact question!  Thanks Maureen for asking and thank you to all that have answered.  I just went to the last slide in each scene and changed "jump to next slide" to "jump to 2.1, or 3.1, etc.).  But when I do that it lines up the scenes on top of each other on the left (instead of next to each other going across).  How can I get them back to being across while still jumping to the next scene slide?

Kendra Kernen
Sheri Matt

I came on the site looking for the answer to this exact question!  Thanks Maureen for asking and thank you to all that have answered.  I just went to the last slide in each scene and changed "jump to next slide" to "jump to 2.1, or 3.1, etc.).  But when I do that it lines up the scenes on top of each other on the left (instead of next to each other going across).  How can I get them back to being across while still jumping to the next scene slide?

I understand Sheri's question because I'm having the same issue. (I won't say "problem" because it may just be the way SL2 works.) I have four scenes so far. The last slide in each scene is triggered to jump to the next scene. So now in Story View, instead of my four scenes displaying in four columns that I can easily see, I have one long (long, long) column that, when all scenes are expanded, force me to scroll and scroll and scroll to see my scenes (see attached). Is that just a Storyline thing?

Kendra Kernen

Thanks for the speedy reply, Leslie. It's absolutely something I can work around, but I thought Sheri's question was interesting enough for me to confirm my experience also. I always figure if one person has a question, there's at least one other person somewhere in the world (or at least in this community!) with the same question. :-)