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Flickering between slides // hide - show pictures

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Jan 19, 2021

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Hello everyone, ich have a problem with a file, maybe someone can help.

 

I have a WBT where I have a picture that moves and zooms in and out thoughout my course. In every slide I have the following:

Picture 1: moves and/or zooms in or out

Piture 2: appears at the end of animation of pic 1 - it is more or less the size of pic 1 at the end of animation. Picture 2 shows for the rest of the project to prevent flickering between slides.

When go to the next slide, Picture 2 hides after 0,8 sek, and a new Piture 1 is shown in the slide (which is exactly the same size and position of Piture 2 of the previouse slide)...

So far so good, my slides show almost as perfect as I need them. My problem starts when I hit the button to go back. In this case I need the previouse slide to play from the begining and show again Picture 2, which had been hidden. So in the back button I have a script to show Picture 2, however Picture 2 is not showing again in my first slide! I have tried sooooo many things, but nothing seems to be working. I am guessing that the fact that Piture 2 appears only after 2 seks in the Slide is giving me trouble....

Any ideas in how I could work this around? Any help will be greatly appreciated! I am working with Captivate 2019.

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Jan 19, 2021

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So, I finaly figured it out, I guess writing down the problem helped! I moved Pic 2 to the begining of the slide, and did 2 changes in the advanced actions, in my "start slide" I hide Pic 2, and show it with a second advanced action at the end of the slide when hitting the forward button. AND IT WORKS!

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