Slide time runs out before Interaction is finished

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Nov 29, 2018

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I have included a learning interaction in one of my projects (Tabs).  How do I avoid the slide moving on to the next one before the interaction has been completed?  Each tab has an audio clip but ends as the slide time length is over.  Hopefully this makes sense!

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Lilybiri Most Valuable Participant , Nov 29, 2018
TImeline problem, not uncommon.The Tabs learning interactio is a static interaction, not an interacitve interaction in the Captivate sense: that means it has no pausing point by default (same as an image, text, shape....). You need to pause the slide by using an interactive object: shape button, button, click box can do the trick.Have a look at:http://blog.lilybiri.com/tips-learning-interactions

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TImeline problem, not uncommon.

The Tabs learning interactio is a static interaction, not an interacitve interaction in the Captivate sense: that means it has no pausing point by default (same as an image, text, shape....). You need to pause the slide by using an interactive object: shape button, button, click box can do the trick.

Have a look at:

http://blog.lilybiri.com/tips-learning-interactions

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Thank you!  This makes sense.

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