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Accordian interaction will not center or size, plus a dead Next button

Community Beginner ,
Nov 14, 2020 Nov 14, 2020

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I have added an accordian learning interaction to a fluid box on a responsive slide.  When editing, the accordian widget shows in its entirety and is centered in the fluid box.  However, when I preview it, the right side and bottom of the widget are cut off.  I have lost track of all of the different attempts at changing height, width, padding, fluid box positioning - after 3 hours of this I am stumped.  Also the next button, though active for the entire slide, will not jump to the slide specified in the action.  I am previewing in the latest version of Edge, which has the most recent Chromium updates, so I don't think it is an HTML5 issue.  Would anyone have any ideas as to how I can fix the positioning issue with the accordian widget, and why my Next button appears to be dead?

 

Here is the view when editing...

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And here is the view when I preview...

 

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I don't know which exact version you are using, but I would never put this interaction in a fluid box. Just put it on a slide with no fluid boxes and use the Position Properties to put it in place.  

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