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June Ganes

Yes, there is a slide with a Barn and one with a jukebox in which the viewer will need to click on each option before returning to the main screen. I thought this was created but it is not working, not sure the triggers are working to show visited along with the car icon to return to the main screen. I really appreciate your help.

June Ganes

Mike,

When I zipped the entire file the source file was not included? I'm unsure which file to send because none of the files have the extension .story at the end. I've opened the file story content and attached a file named Story not sure if this is correctd either. Please let me know what I'm doing wrong if this isn't it.

Thanks so much.

June

Mike Enders

June,

The source file refers to the Storyline file that you open to edit/work on your project.  When you save your work to your local drive, it creates a file with a .story extension.  However, you may not see the extension, likely just the name of your file.  This is the file that you open in Storyline to continue creating and editing your work.

The files you've been attaching are part of the published output.  If you can attach the source file, we'll be able to open it in Storyline and take a look.

Thanks!

Mike

Nicole Legault

Good morning June!

The .story file is the file that is on your desktop or on your local computer that when you double-click on it, it launches the Storyline software and it opens the Products and Services project you're working on. The file should be represented by the "A" icon (the same symbol that represents the Storyline software on your desktop). It's the file you actually work and develop your content in, not any of the published output files. Ive attached a screenshot of what the .story file looks like inside of a Windows folder:

I hope this clarifies for you! =)