Storyline 2: How can i keep focus within a text entry field? [HTML5]
I've ran into a problem with my project that revolves around how differently the slides tend to act when compiled into HTML5.
[Note: My slides are generated via a screen recording]
I am simulating a piece of software that my company uses and i want the user to input some text into a 'text entry field' that's presented to them from the start of a slide, this works fine when the slide loads the text entry field is in focus and the user can immediately type. Now i want to put in a few fail safes so if the user mistakenly clicks anywhere within the slide (thus losing focus on the text entry field) it will force the focus back onto the text field.
In FLASH it works like a dream, when the slides loads the text field is in focus and the user can enter text directly without needing to use any mouse input, and if the user accidentally clicks somewhere they shouldn't (thus the text field losing focus) there is a trigger set to simply jump to the same slide when the entry field loses focus (thus reloading the slide instantly and putting the text field back into focus).
But when i compile in HTML5 it's not so simple, for starters the text field that's generated through the screen recording doesn't default into focus (even though it's the only item on the timeline). Thus not only denying me the implementation of the fail safe but it also fails me as a valid simulation for my project as the slide doesn't focus the text field at all now.
Is there anyway around this
Thank you kindly