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effects only once

Explorer ,
Jul 29, 2020 Jul 29, 2020

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Hey everyone!

I have a question that I'm not sure there is a solution to. I have a slide where the user clicks on the slide bar and it slides to the right, shows the 80% and shows the next button (all in advanced actions). However, I am able to click it twice and it slides even further alomost off the screen. My client doesn't like this. Is there a way to ensure that it can only be clicked once?

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Community Expert , Jul 29, 2020 Jul 29, 2020

Stagprime's suggestion is an easy fix.  I might also suggest hiding the button as well, because if the button is still visible on the slide then the user may still try to click it.

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Jul 29, 2020 Jul 29, 2020

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You should be able to add a disable command to your advanced action for the button.

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Stagprime's suggestion is an easy fix.  I might also suggest hiding the button as well, because if the button is still visible on the slide then the user may still try to click it.

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Jul 30, 2020 Jul 30, 2020

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But don't forget to create an On Enter action if you allow the learner to revisit the slide. If you forget that, the button will remain disabled and maybe the pla;y head will move quickly through the slide without pausing. Demonstrated this in my recent presentation for the Adobe World Conference about 'Deep dive into Captivate with Shared and Advanced action'. 

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Disable worked perfect!!

I leran something new all the time about captivate thank you!!!

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