My co-worker created a responsive project, but she didn't really understand the use case for responsive design, and now we have a bunch of learners who can't view the HTML5 (they have antiquated browsers that they cannot update) and I need a quick fix. Is there a way to switch over the Flash\html5 version?
I have to fix this tonight before I can go home, (my co-worker is conveniently on vacation). Can anyone help?
No, sorry. You have to start from scratch, you can use the assets (look in Library), maybe the master slides and object styles but there is no quick way to convert to a normal project.
Unfortunately there is no "flip a switch" and convert from responsive to normal.
What you are faced with is carefully re-creating each slide with the elements on the responsive slides.
Anybody know why Chrome users are having difficulty? Surely HTML5 will work in Chrome.
Are there specific browser settings that need to be turned on?
I found an easier way. In a responsive project, right click on one of the slides and select SELECT ALL SLIDES. Then right click again on a slide and select COPY. Open a new BLANK project and paste the slides into that project. Worked for me. Saved me hours, too.
Once I select all slides there is no option to copy. Sometimes these things are temperamental.
I find it copies reliably as long as you don't have the quiz results slide selected. so after select all, just unselect that one slide and it copies perfectly.
I found that I copy worked if I unchecked the quiz results slide; the Knowledge check slide I had in my project copied just fine. "Maybe because it wasn't a quiz slide but knowledge check made that OK. I didn't test further."