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Posted: Sun Jul 15, 2012 1:46 am   Post subject: Disable default slide navigation in HTML5

Is there a way to prevent a user from automatically advancing to the next slide by clicking or swiping? I need to be able to force the user to click a hyperlink in order to advance to the next slide.


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Posted: Mon Jul 16, 2012 12:31 pm   Post subject: Re: Disable default slide navigation in HTML5

Following these four steps allows to convert the PPT presentation to Flash course where a student can go from slide to slide in the required order only using hyperlinks:

1) Create action button on each slide with the hyperlink to a slide where a student should go next after viewing the previous one;

2) Switch to iSpring presenter Publish menu --> General tab --> choose "None" player template with no navigation buttons;

3) Publish --> Playback and Navigation tab --> Playback Options area --> the following options should be disabled:

"Change all slides automatically"
"Minimal slide duration"
"Auto-play on-click animations"


4) Publish --> Playback and Navigation tab --> Mouse and keyboard Navigation area --> both options should be disabled so that a student won’t be able to skip slides via a mouse click of pressing "Forward" keyboard button.


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Posted: Mon Jul 16, 2012 7:18 pm   Post subject: Re: Disable default slide navigation in HTML5

No. I need to do this with iSpring Converter in HTML5, not Flash.


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Posted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 7:05 pm   Post subject: Re: Disable default slide navigation in HTML5

This did not work for me. I'm using Presenter 8 and have unchecked the appropriate boxes, but I'm still able to swipe from screen to screen.

Is there a way to not allow user to swipe?


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Posted: Thu Jul 07, 2016 12:36 am   Post subject: Re: Disable default slide navigation in HTML5

Thank you for the post!
Do you have Limited navigation type selected in Playback and navigation settings?
Are you launching the presentation on a smartphone or tablet?
In the current version of iSpring authoring tools it's possible to use the swipe gestures to advance in the presentation if you're using Free navigation for the presentation.
Also, in the mini-skin player on smartphones the swipes will always allow you to navigate to the next slide in the landscape mode.
This behavior will be changed soon. So, it won't be possible to use swipes in the Landscape mode if the Limited navigation is utilized.


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