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Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Mark,

Yes. Here's a sample I threw tog. REALLY quickly with the sample video that comes with Windows.This only allows Learners to move to the next slide once the video is complete.

You'll see that I've set up a T/F variable. Default is false.

The variable is changed to true when the media (the movie) completes.

The jump to next slide trigger has been adjusted to ONLY work if the variable is true.

mark h

Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro said:

Hi Mark,

Yes. Here's a sample I threw tog. REALLY quickly with the sample video that comes with Windows.This only allows Learners to move to the next slide once the video is complete.

You'll see that I've set up a T/F variable. Default is false.

The variable is changed to true when the media (the movie) completes.

The jump to next slide trigger has been adjusted to ONLY work if the variable is true.

Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Mark,

So, for the Storyline seek bar, you can remove it from just the one slide. Click on the gear on the bottom right in the Slide Layer section to display the properties dialog box, change the  player features to "custom for selected slides" and then remove the checkmark from the Seekbar box.

For the movie's video controls you can remove them by clicking on the movie, then selecting Movie tools >Options tabs and removing the checkmark from Show video controls.

Please refer to the red rectangles on the screenshot. And please return with further questions - they are good ones