Today I’m showing you how to add an Exit Course Trigger as a player tab in Articulate Storyline. Check out the screencast below!
Yesterday I showed you how to create a simple toggle switch interaction using states in Articulate Storyline. Today, I’m showing you how to make that toggle switch work for you. The first example uses the selected state and a trigger to show layer when the state is = to selected. The second example uses 1 true/false variable to create an on/off (or in this case play/pause) toggle for audio.
If you’re interested, check out the screencast below!
Today’s screencast shows you how to easily create an off/on toggle switch in Articulate Storyline using states. Tomorrow I’ll show you how to employe these toggle switches to control other elements of your slide, so stay tuned!
Today I am exhausted! – We had a bit of a blizzard here and I have done way too much shovelling for an entire winter. Initially I was going to apologize for the fast screencast, but I think using the quick access toolbar in Articulate Storyline can make your development process a lot more efficient, so today’s screencast is a good one to check out!
Over the weekend, I posted a throwback screencast, Adding Values Using Variables in Articulate Storyline, and one viewer commented saying this was all well and good, but how to we prevent continual calculation when the user click Calculate more than once. Today’s screencast seeks to answer that question.
In this particular example, the best approaches would be to add another variable, and then some triggers to change states to either Disabled or Hidden. If you were tracking clicks, you could add a variable, and then use subtract variable functionality, but for this particular example, that solution wouldn’t work well due to the data entry field. If you want to see what I’m talking about, check out the screencast below!
Check out the screencast below to see how easily you can use FTP to upload Articulate Storyline projects to your own website.