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Brian Allen

Hello Chuck,

If you go to your player settings you can move side menu options, such as the menu, up to the top of the player so that it becomes a tab that the user can display or not display - https://community.articulate.com/series/articulate-storyline-2/articles/choosing-player-features-in-articulate-storyline-2

Other than that option, the only other recourse you have would be to design a manually built side navigation panel (like in a slide layer or something) and have a button that the learner would press to show/hide the side panel.

Either of these options will cover your slide content, however, which may not be a desirable outcome for you.

Brian Allen

tw test,

Check out this page on how to set your slide properties and scroll down to the "Showing or Hiding Player Features" section, near the bottom of the page.

You can turn player features off on certain slides, such as menu, etc.

The only thing I don't like about how Storyline does this is that you'll notice your player will have some extra blank space where the menu is supposed to be, but at least your learners won't be able to browse the menu while in your quiz if you don't want them to.

https://community.articulate.com/series/4/articles/adjusting-slide-properties