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Ashley Kossick

I think the pause button is built into the Seekbar. Go to Player than make sure Seekbar is checked off. You'll see the play and pause button there. 

Does anybody know how to use the menu as a free navigation. I also have the previous button enabled for learners to navigate back to the previous slide but the menu navigation won't work! 

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Demetrius, 

Glad Ashley was able to assist you here! 

Ashley, in regards to your question about setting the menu for free navigation, have you set that up within your player set up

 When the Additional Options window appears, use the Navigation Restriction selector to choose one of the following:

    • Free: This allows learners to click on the titles in the course's menu to navigate to any part of the course at any time. They can view whatever slides they wish, in any order.
    • Restricted: This means learners can view the current slide and any slide they've previously viewed, but they can't use the menu to jump ahead or skip over slides.
    • Locked: This means learners can only view the slides in the order you've designed. They can't use the menu to jump ahead or skip over slides, nor can they use it to skip back to any previously viewed slides.
  1. Click OK when you're done.

Keep in mind that if you use Locked or Restricted navigation, this only affects your learners' ability to click on menu items to navigate. If your slides include a Previous or Next button, users will still be able to click those to move forward and backward in your course at will.