The workaround that I've thought of, is to have the very first slide of the tutorial be a question. If I do this, then user can safely go BACK and not get stuck. But this seems like a crazy solution.
I saw this post:
which seems like a similar problem. The problem is that the solution that post describes, making sure that student can "review quiz" also makes it so that they can move past questions without having to answer them all.
I want it so that a user must answer all questions, in other words, can't get to the slide after a question without answering the quiz question, but once they've answered it they are free to move back and forward.
My crazy solution (first slide is a question slide) is starting to look better to me!
This is working for me, I think! I'm using Captivate 4 and I'm running a tutorial which comprises a few learning slides, a quiz, a few learning slides, a quiz etc at the end I've got a review slide, then a close project slide.
This is the behaviour I'm getting:
On first entry free to move forward-backward in the learning area;
On entry to the first quiz free to move only forward, back movement now locked out;
On answering the questions in the quiz zone free to move back again but only to see (not change) the answers submitted in the quiz section;
Now free to move forward-backward in the second learning area;
On entry to the second quiz free to move only forward, back movement now locked out;
On answering the questions in the second quiz zone free to move back again but only to see (not change) the answers submitted in the second quiz section;
On exit from the last set of questions zone free to navigate backward and forward again (any slide to any slide) allowing a full review.
Thus my tutorial is, in effect, advancing crabwise one section at a time.
If this works for you, my settings are:
Skin with only forward, backward, and exit buttons selected (yes they can bail out, but they could close the browser or viewer that they are running in anyway).
Review selected (I have all the scores etc displayed).
Disable backward movement selected (in quiz settings).
My quiz tutorials are daisy chained with other tutor materials - but these, because they are quiz free, are controlled with full skins (all the keys including a TOC and self paced learning set).