Try your hand at pouring the perfect glass of wine in this creative Storyline demo. It showcases one cool way you can use sliders to invite learners to test their skills.

See it in action.

*This template will work for folks using Storyline 360 (included in Articulate 360), Storyline 3, or Storyline 2. Want to try it out? Get a free trial of Articulate 360.

14 Comments
Diana Myers

Hi Daniel, Are you trying the demo using the "See it in action." link above? I have Chrome Version 69.0.3497.100 (Official Build) (32-bit) on my work laptop and I'm able the drag the slider. I have the latest version of Chrome on my home PC (Chrome Version 69.0.3497.100 (Official Build) (32-bit).) and the course slider works in that version, too. Out of sheer curiosity, I tested it in IE (Version: 11.1508.15063.0), and it worked there. it also worked on Opera 58 on Windows 10. However, when I tried it in Firefox 60.2.0esr (32-bit), and it isn't working there. I looked on the Community, and I don't see many posts on sliders not working, so perhaps it was just a hiccup on Chrome? Let me know if it's still not working for you, along with your version of Chrome and I'll ... Expand

Diana Myers

Wow - as Bill and Ted would say, "Strange things are afoot at the Circle-K." I downloaded the file using the link above, and then the output worked differently in Chrome vs. IE. Chrome would get stuck on 13 ounces, and IE would get stuck on 0 ounces. The feedback layers by default were set to "Automatically Decide" when revising, but I think I've resolved it by changing the feedback layers to "Reset to Initial State" when revisiting. The new published output is available at http://s3.amazonaws.com/MyStorylineProjects/Interactive%20Slider%20%20The%20Perfect%20Pour%20Challenge%20-%20Storyline%20output/story_html5.html As I don't have the latest browsers, please let me know if this updated output works in your browser. If so, I'll ask the nice staff at Articulate to replace the file on ... Expand