Published Project Story HTML

Hello all,

Hopefully someone can assist me with this issue.

I've completed creating a module and approximately, 90% of the project is screen recordings. I published the entire project and wanted to view it in "story.html". However, when I'm viewing it in "story.html" the entire screen shifted and it's not aligned (see below).  

This is how it's suppose to look (see below).


Is there a way to fix this issue?

Thank you,



28 Replies
Kaye-lani Brissett

Hi Ashley,

That's interesting. 

I figured listing the actual slides numbers for each would be better.

Diabetes Support Group (2.2,2.3,2.23 & 2.7)

Health Fair (5.25.3-5.7 5.26-5.27, 5.46-5.52)

BMI Screening (6.2,6.18)

BP Screening (8.2,8.15)

BP Counseling (9.2)

Room Usage (3.2,3.7,3.8,3.9,3.12,3.14,3.15,3.16,3.19,3.20,3.21)

For Room Usage, I couldn't get pass slide 3.22 because the button the trainee would have to press was shifted out of the screen.

Again, Ashley, I thank you so much for helping me through this. I don't know why I'm having so much trouble with this. This portion is Part 2 out of a 3 part course and I'm having all the trouble with this one.

Thanks again.

Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Kaye-lani,

That sure sounds like all the slides with a zoom region! Were there slides in my published version that worked for you, that didn't work in your own published copy? 

I went back to your original file to check that against what I was seeing, and I noticed you were zooming in on elements as they were full screen? It seems that's what you're trying to accomplish?

Since you can't change dimension of a screen recording after inserting it perhaps it may be easiest to redo the screen recording so that they fit inside your slides without having to zoom in?

I also tried to go look at the screen recording included in the "Record Screen" drop down, and none of those were showing me the image in the top left of the slide as Scene 2 indicates when I open the project file. So perhaps those slides came from somewhere else? 

I also took a look at a brand new course with a screen recording and zoom regions -I wanted to double check the workaround I mentioned. You can view that course here, and I left the slide timeline longer than the zoom region so that you could see it zoom out. 

Let me know if you need anything else.