9 Replies
Christine Hendrickson

Welcome to the community, Bibek!

I'm afraid I haven't used Captivate, so I'm not sure how it handles text entries or options for usernames and passwords.

Are you planning on having multiple usernames and passwords, or are you going to assign a specific login for users that have access to the course?

You should be able to do this, but if you could share more information on how you intend to use this, it would help :)

Thanks and welcome again!

Bibek Chatterjee

Thank you all for reading my post.

I am not going to use multiple user names. The user will type in the username in the username box and password in the password box and click on login. The entered username and password will be authenticated and the next screen will load. Can we do this in STORYLINE?

Chris Mangione

I would like to know how to validate user inputs similarly to Bibek's issue.  I'm asking users to input their state using a two letter abbreviation and then the date in the form mm/dd/yyyy.  I can't figure out  a way to validate that input.  Each time I create a trigger with multiple conditions it fails.  It will work if I select "show/layer/when/object....then If (user input variable) is not equal to the value of X"  BUT, when I add an "or" condition saying the same thing it will show the error layer I've programmed each time regardless of user input.  Help!  Same thing with the date - two characters between 1-12, then 1-31, then 2013, or 2014

Evan Laube

I'm able to replicate the post from Bill, but I want to take it one step further.

I would like the user to enter their individual username and password.  Once the user does that the first time, that information locks in throughout the presentation.  If the user encounters another situation where he/she needs to enter a username/ password again, Storyline remembers what was entered.

So, for example, if my username is "1234" and pw is "abcd", the user would need to enter each time when the text entry boxes are shown.  The user will not be able to continue unless he/she enters the information correctly.

Is this possible to do?