Hello I have three smart shapes that I am using as buttons on a slide. They are all set to pause at the end of the slide. When I upload the SCORM file to our LMS, that slide automatically goes to the next slide once the audio is complete without any of the buttons being clicked. How can I prevent this, it has never happened before.
Can you post a screenshot of the timeline, and the Actions tab of the buttons?
I prefer never to push the pausing point till the last frame, leave a short part after that point.
The three big buttons have advanced actions which I have included a screenshot of. The "next" button has an action of "go to the next slide"
Please move the pausing points 0.1 seconds in.
A tip: it is not necessary to use 'Stop Triggered Audio' at all. Even if there is another audio clip playing which has been started with Play Audio (only type which can be influenced by Stop) it will be automatically stopped when a new clip is launched with 'Play Audio'.
You have 4 shape buttons. Do all of them have Infinite attempts?
I moved the pause point one point in and the issue still occurs. Yes, all 4 shape buttons have infinite attempts.
Can you show all interactions on this slide. You can do so using a screenshot of the Advanced Interaction panel (F9), with the actions column width increased so that each action can be seen.
Do have the same problem when previewing with F11, Preview HTML in Browser?
Hi, I'm not sure how to get them all to show on one screenshot so here they are separate. No, this does not happen when I preview in the HTML browser. Only when it is uploaded to our LMS (Docebo)
I asked for the Advanced Interaction Panel (F9), not for the Advanced actions. I wanted to know which actions are triggered on that slide, and that is the way to go. The three AA you are showing are all the same, just playing an audio clip (take out the Stop, it is superfluous) and changing a state. Those cannot be the cause of overriding the pausing points.
Apologies, here it is.
Nothing indicates why the slide is not pausing, unless you have an action on the master slide (which I dounbt).
This slide is probably corrupt. Which exact version number are you using, as mentioned under Help, About Captivate? The most recent version for Windows is 18.104.22.1683.
This is my master slide. I am on the latest version
That is your slide, not the master slide.
How long is the audio clip? Uncheck the option 'Continue movei at end of audio'. Depending on the length of the clip it can override your pausing points.
Unchecking the suggested option fixed it. Thank you!
Thanks for the heads up.