Is there a way to have the seek bar on some slides and not others?
Hi Brian and a very warm welcome to Heroes!You can achieve this by utilizing a small hack. Please refer to this thread for more info.Hope this helps,Alex
If you just want to remove the seekbar you can change the slide settings.
To do this click on the cog symbol on the bottom right of your slide and simply uncheck the box.
This will just remove it from this one slide.
Hope this helps.
Oops... +1 for Harri's solution - much better.
And I probably need some more coffee...
There's also a video tutorial here.
Glad to see that this thread is still useful even after 2 years... :)
Any way or plans to allow seek bar not to be on main timeline, but allow it on its layers? Since Chrome shows a Play button assuming there is audio on a slide, (in my case audio is only in layers) I have many files that need user interaction to cause audio to play, so that audio is on layers, however since audio is part of that slide, Chrome assumes it is on the main timeline.
It would be great to be able to not show the seek bar on the main timeline of a slide, then show it when layers are revealed where the audio exists, this would also remove the play button that automatically shows up in Chrome thinking there is audio initially.
Thanks for any further info/insight!
I haven't seen a lot of requests for a separate seekbar only a layer, so it's certainly one worth adding your voice to in feature request!
With that change though, I don't know that it would prevent Chrome's autoplay functionality from kicking in. I suspect the browser would read that there was audio set to play automatically on that slide regardless of the layer.
Thanks. Let me try to clarify, two things going on here ;0).
Thanks for your response.