Seekbar Trouble

Hello,

We've found that the pause button loses functionality when the seek bar completes but the narration and animation on a slide still have a ways to go. It's as though the seek bar has its own timeline independent of the one that shows animation, narration, pictures etc, when I'm building a slide. How can I slow the seek bar to the pace of the actual timeline or how can I maintain functionality of the pause button even when the seekbar completed and the slide's timeline isn't complete?

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Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Nora, 

Depending on the animations and elements you've added to the slide, they may not be synced with the slide timeline. For example, if including Flash files and inserting them as Flash files vs. videos - they're no longer synced with the timeline. Or if you've include the video controls on a video - that will now allow the video to operate separate of the slide's timeline. If you're elements are syncing up, you could look at the overall timeline of your slide and extend that longer to match your narration/animation timing and keep them more in line. 

If I'm misunderstanding your set up it may help to take a look at a slide in question so that we could see the out of sync issues as you've described. 

Nora Holte

Thank you so much! That did it!

Nora Holte
Employee Services
Anoka-Hennepin ISD 11
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Nora Holte

I also added in cue points. I'm not sure why how the cue points sync the timeline with the seek bar but it seemed to work :)

Nora Holte
Employee Services
Anoka-Hennepin ISD 11
Phone : 763-506-1088
Fax: 763-506-1143

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