Captivate Grabs Focus from Web Page

Community Beginner ,
Nov 03, 2020

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Hi All - 

So my problem is that when a Captivate asset is in an iFrame on a web page, it steals the focus from the page. I have to manually go into the CPM.jp file and remove two instances of this: a&&a.focus() and one instance of this: document.getElementById("playImage").focus();

 

Is there any other way to fix this issue other than this?

 

Thanks!

mthaddeusm

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Sorry typo: CPM.js file

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I only have this problem when I forgot to turn off bookmarking. 

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Nov 04, 2020

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Hi.  I am not using an LMS (so I have Reporting turned off) and I am not using a table of contents).  Is there any other settings that might affect this?  Any insight is much appreciated. 

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Nov 04, 2020

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Even if you don't use the TOC, try turning off Self-Paced Learning which is checked by default and is a sort of bookmarking.  Of course, you don't use a LMS.

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