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Katie Venit

Awesome, thanks. Question 2 (have edited the original post to include this): Have you run across limitations of JavaScript with Articulate, specifically in terms of performance on various platforms and operating systems? In other words, if I incorporate JS into my courses, what do I need to be careful of?

Katie Venit


Phil Mayor
said:

It won't work on mobile player, some things won't work on mobile safari. Desktop based browsers should all work as expected, but Chrome seems to be the one that misbehaves the most.


Really, Chrome misbehaves the most? I thought Firefox was the buggiest with most Storyline features... Do you mean with JS, or with all things Articulate? In other words, what browser should I be recommending my courses be viewed on?

Nancy Woinoski

Katie Venit said:


Phil Mayor
said:

It won't work on mobile player, some things won't work on mobile safari. Desktop based browsers should all work as expected, but Chrome seems to be the one that misbehaves the most.


Really, Chrome misbehaves the most? I thought Firefox was the buggiest with most Storyline features... Do you mean with JS, or with all things Articulate? In other words, what browser should I be recommending my courses be viewed on?


I think Phil means that JavaScript is not supported in the Articulate Player on the iPad and that it seems to be the buggiest when using JS in Storyline on Chrome.