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Íde O'Neill

Hi all

I am returning to this item since I have discovered the following:

In the 'Menu Settings' of the 'Player', I have set the 'Navigation Restrictions' to 'Locked' because I do not want a learner to repeat a slide question in the immediate aftermath of submitting an answer (I would prefer that the learner would re-take the assessment).  

However, when this option is selected, the 'Previous' button on the 'Review' slide is inoperable. 

Is there a default way of achieving both objectives or would I need to set a trigger?

Thank you.

Leslie McKerchie

Hi Ide!

Here's the difference between restricted and locked navigation:

  • Restricted navigation means learners can view the current slide and any slide they've previously viewed, but they can't jump ahead or skip over slides.
  • Locked navigation means learners can only view slides in the order you've designed. They can't jump ahead or skip over slides, nor can they go back to any previously viewed slides.

Sounds like you would need a trigger, but wouldn't navigating to the previous slide be the thing you were trying to avoid? Are you utilizing the retry option from the result slide to drive the user back to the assessment?

Íde O'Neill

Hi Leslie

I have to use the 'Locked' mode because I don't want the learner to be able to edit the submitted answer before completing the assessment.  

Unfortunately, a trigger is not an option on 'Review' because the 'Previous' button is not offered as an option ('Submit' is the only option).  Hence my query regarding the removal of the  'Previous' button since it serves no purpose on the Review slides in my project.

Thank you

 

 

Íde O'Neill

Hi Leslie 

Thank you for the sample .story file which is clearly what I want.

Can you (or any Hero) explain what is missing in the attached which is preventing the retention of radio button selection following its submission as an answer (thereby preventing its being edited).

Thank you