Ryan O'Connell
Ryan O'Connell
GLAD Solutions
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"Whoa there! It depends on a number of factors: What LMS are you using? Are you creating a new version of an existing course? What ar..."
  • 3 years ago01/08/17 at 6:06 pm (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Connecting slide so they will mark complete
"Hi Diana, Tammy's suggestions will work for smaller courses but won't work for larger courses, or courses with branching where there may..."
  • 3 years ago01/08/17 at 6:03 pm (UTC)
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"Thanks very much for that Sam. Very useful link and actually will help with another project I'm working on. In the meantime, it was point..."
  • 3 years ago01/08/17 at 5:23 pm (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell started a new discussion Software Simulation: Move slide when keystroke typed
"Hi all, I'm hoping you can help me out with a technical consideration with Storyline 2. I'm doing a software simulation course, and I nee..."
  • over 3 years ago01/06/17 at 11:48 am (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Rapid Fire Questions (and leaderboard)
"Hey Donna, Glad you liked it! I'll definitely be posting information about how we did this, once it's written up, but yes, currently it ..."
  • almost 4 years ago06/22/16 at 9:53 pm (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Multiple Assessments Within 1 File?
"That may depend on your LMS. SCORM 2004 and Tin Can have better reporting capabilities than SCORM 1.2 and you can report on the three ind..."
  • almost 4 years ago06/22/16 at 7:28 pm (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Multiple Assessments Within 1 File?
"I'm assuming that you have three assessments which each consist of one or more quiz questions and a results slide? If that's the case, th..."
  • almost 4 years ago06/22/16 at 7:12 pm (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Multiple Assessments Within 1 File?
"Yup, so this is doable in Storyline. You'll set up three separate assessments, each assessment is a series of quiz questions with a resul..."
  • almost 4 years ago06/22/16 at 7:00 pm (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Multiple Assessments Within 1 File?
"Will learners take all three assessments or only a selection? Either is possible but the approach is different."
  • almost 4 years ago06/22/16 at 6:46 pm (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell started a new discussion Rapid Fire Questions (and leaderboard)
"Hey all, I thought I'd share some work we've done to create rapid fire questions for use in elearning. We've done this fairly recently fo..."
  • almost 4 years ago06/22/16 at 6:21 pm (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Multiple Quizes in one articulate.
"Hey, so this is great, and has given me an idea: We can give the learner a couple of attempts and have the elearning pass incomplete if ..."
  • almost 4 years ago06/09/16 at 1:05 pm (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Multiple Quizes in one articulate.
"Do you mean like this, Guido?"
  • almost 4 years ago06/08/16 at 1:06 pm (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Multiple Quizes in one articulate.
"Hi Phil, thanks for this. It worked really well on both iPad and PC. I did find one problem though: I set up a course where I used the J..."
  • almost 4 years ago06/08/16 at 10:51 am (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Multiple Quizes in one articulate.
"Thanks very much for that. That is helpful. I tested on SCORM Cloud, and it worked perfectly from my desktop, so seemed a great solution...."
  • almost 4 years ago06/08/16 at 9:12 am (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Multiple Quizes in one articulate.
"Hey both, the LMS needs to track the score that the user achieves in the test that they take. Each of the six tests will be standard, so..."
  • almost 4 years ago06/08/16 at 7:21 am (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell started a new discussion Multiple Quizes in one articulate.
"So here's the scenario: We have one elearning course and a user may be able to take one of 6 different paths through the course. At the ..."
  • almost 4 years ago06/07/16 at 10:46 am (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Storyline Installation
"Strange - do you see any process relating to the Storyline.exe in Task Manager after running it?"
  • almost 4 years ago04/14/16 at 11:36 am (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Storyline Installation
"Does the process show in your Task Manager at all? What Operating System are you using? Depending on your technical competence, this mig..."
  • almost 4 years ago04/14/16 at 11:12 am (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Scrolling Panel Issue
"I suspect that the hotspot is not in the scrolling panel. If the hotspot is actually in the panel, it will move up and down as the user s..."
  • almost 4 years ago04/14/16 at 11:10 am (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Size of text in result slide
"Any font you install is a default font. So Akkurat is a default font and therefore can't be used to display variable values. What Storyli..."
  • almost 4 years ago04/14/16 at 11:03 am (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Size of text in result slide
"Also, are you using a custom font? Custom fonts don't work when referencing variables."
  • almost 4 years ago04/14/16 at 9:48 am (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion SL2: Video editing Issue
"Hi Chris, I trimmed a 120MB video in SL2 yesterday with no issues - managed to do it in less than a minute.  I've just checked now and i..."
  • over 5 years ago09/19/14 at 12:45 am (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell replied to the discussion Forcing course to run on HTML?
"Hi, Thanks for your response.  The client's users are only accessing via personal computers - mobiles and tablets aren't used at all. So ..."
  • almost 6 years ago05/29/14 at 4:17 am (UTC)
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Ryan O'Connell started a new discussion Forcing course to run on HTML?
"I have developed a course (using SL) for a client who is hosting the course on Articulate Online. When publishing the course, I ticked In..."
  • almost 6 years ago05/29/14 at 12:05 am (UTC)
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"Ah, such a simple solution in the end!  Thank you so much for taking the time to look into this for me, much appreciated!"
  • almost 6 years ago04/21/14 at 4:21 am (UTC)