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David Wolfe

Thank you.  It seems only logical to implement this.  The video restriction exists because, presumably, there is something you are requiring your student to see.   In the case of audio, there may be something you are requiring your student to hear, so they should not have the option to fast forward past it.

During the testing and QAQC for the training I'm developing, this was pointed out repeatedly by my testers.