I have a project with content on the base layer, and video narration on a new layer. The reason for this is because the video often covers content on the base layer, and learners can pause/hide the video if they want to see anything.
I've set the layer to resume saved state so they can pick right back up where they left off as they show the layer again. I've found that doing this disables the rewind button on the seekbar, which is kinda annoying. Learners CAN click within the seekbar to navigate timeline, but that's not immediately obvious and folks might get frustrated that the rewind button doesn't do anything. So folks who have reached the end of the layer timeline and want to re-watch it don't have an immediately obvious way to do so.
I've tried making triggers to "jump to slide" but that doesn't seem to reset it either, even though the slide itself is set to reset to initial state. Aside from clicking back on the timeline in the seekbar (in between the play/rewind buttons that do nothing), all they can do is navigate away then return to the slide.
If I make the layer reset to initial state, everything rewinds properly, but the videos are a few minutes long and every time they hide the layer to see base layer contents, it would rewind and they'd lose their spot haha.
Can anyone think of an elegant way to allow learners to rewind a layer set to resume saved state? I can use buttons to trigger the video, but there are other things happening on the layer timeline, I kinda need the whole layer reset.
Thanks for any ideas!