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New Here ,
Sep 23, 2021 Sep 23, 2021

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Hello there, how can I make the built in TOC show only on the 2nd slide and beyond.  In other words,  I don't want the built in TOC to show on the intro screen.  Can I hide the TOC, then after the users click Start Course, the TOC appears on the next slide?

 

When I hide the TOC using on enter, it hides in the beginning, but doesn't show when I use the showTOCadvanced action on the 2nd slide.

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Community Expert , Sep 23, 2021 Sep 23, 2021

You can control the visibility of the TOC only when it is in overlay mode.

Use Hide TOC with the On Enter event of the first slide, and Show TOC with the On Enter event of the second slide.

 

However I think a toggle button would be much more user friendly. You can use the InBuilt buttons for the TOC (double arrows) or create a custom toggle button.

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Sep 23, 2021 Sep 23, 2021

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You can control the visibility of the TOC only when it is in overlay mode.

Use Hide TOC with the On Enter event of the first slide, and Show TOC with the On Enter event of the second slide.

 

However I think a toggle button would be much more user friendly. You can use the InBuilt buttons for the TOC (double arrows) or create a custom toggle button.

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Thanks, that's just what I needed!  I will take your advice and create the Toggle button.

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Sep 24, 2021 Sep 24, 2021

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I included a free shared action in my workshop on the Adobe eLearning World conference, which can be used to create a toggle button for your use case. 

Here is a direct download link for that action.

ToggleAct 

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