Yesterday navigation at the bottom between modules worked. Today it does not

Community Beginner ,
Nov 06, 2015

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I am about a week into ACP. I develop all my module in Captivate and upload them to ACP.

The first couple of days the navigation on the bottom worked well as did the table of content on the lower left. Today, the controls now do nothing.

Help! Rick

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Adobe Employee , Jun 04, 2018
Mukul_Adobe Adobe Employee , Jun 04, 2018
Hello,You can configure the course to be consumed in 'ordered sequence' only. Thus learners will be able to navigate to the next module only after completing the current module. See below snapshot for details. This option is available in Author View -- Course Edit Form. RegardsMukulAdobe Captivate Prime Team.

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 08, 2015

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Hi Rick,

The controls would work according to the content and course type.

Table of Content in Prime will show only for the module containing table of content in it.

Also the bottom navigation  is valid for the course containing multiple modules to switch between multiple modules.

Can you please check with the same content or with same module if player navigation is working for which it was working earlier?


Thanks,

Shikha


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May 23, 2018

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"the bottom navigation  is valid for the course containing multiple modules to switch between multiple modules."

Is this a feature of Prime that can be disabled? We don't want students jumping or skipping modules. It seems the forward button allows them to jump to the next module without completing the one they are currently in.

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Adobe Employee ,
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Hello,

You can configure the course to be consumed in 'ordered sequence' only. Thus learners will be able to navigate to the next module only after completing the current module. See below snapshot for details. This option is available in Author View -- Course Edit Form.

Regards

Mukul

Adobe Captivate Prime Team.

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