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Steve Flowers

Hi Rocky - 

Take a look at this example. This uses a shape off of the stage and a condition on the next button. When a shape has not yet been shown on the timeline, it's equivalent to hidden. So hinging the condition of the next button on the visibility of this shape works to restrict navigation.

In the second slide, I hid the shape by default and showed the shape when all four Click Me objects were visited. Same mechanic, different implementation.

Rocky Carlisle

Hi Michele,

Your idea makes sense but the problem I have is that I cannot figure out how to deactivate the next button in the player. I also tried Steve's solution and that work great on the slides that require some action from the student such as the Sticky Notes. That problem is now solved. But I would love a global solution to the player if one exists. Thanks again for the help.

Rocky

Rocky Carlisle

Hi Ashley,

Just a note to say that your input (and others) has been invaluable. The course is starting to come together with all the desired constraints that I was hoping to use. At the end of the day, this program requires that you actually use it and to become familair with all the capapbilites. I look forward to devellping many more course with this concept. Thank you so much.

Rocky