I changed one of the click boxes to Go to Next Slide instead of Continue, and that seemed to help. (The other slide branches to the last slide and has never been a problem.)
This works in CP 5.0 but not in CP 3.0.
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Not sure about 5.0 (or 3.0 or 5.5 for that matter!) but on Cp4 buttons appear to be one shot only.
I've had situations where a button has a pause and success action to continue. So if the learner clicks before the pause point the button correctly continues ... up to the pause point. Where it sits idle, having exhausted its only click opportunity.
If that's the issue then we discussed this in a whole lot more detail on another thread that I can't find at the moment thanks to the ropey search.
edit: Found it:
Thanks - that might be the issue.
One thing I did try in CP 5 was to change the Continue button to a Go
to next slide. That fix worked in CP 5. Unfortunately it didn't work
in CP 3, and I'd rather use CP 3 because of the Action Script
incompatibility between CP 5+ and Articulate.
So...just a one-click opportunity? I'd love to see the more detailed
thread. Can anyone find it for me?
Thanks for providing a link to the other discussion (which in turn linked to further discussions). I think that's indeed the issue.
I'm going to try shortening the Pause point to .5 or something like that (since I read that .1 might be a little too short).
Moving the Pause point to 0.5 seconds (together with choosing "Go to next slide" seems to help a lot. If someone sneaks in before 0.5 seconds, well, too bad! Thanks for your help with this. Would like to indicate that your answer was the correct one. Don't see that button currently.
You're welcome Rosie
The thread shown as answered so that should be enough