Alright, So I have an Offline course that is being developed/delivered to the Army. Requirements are that it has to be a standalone product, not installed, non-LMS/web based, must run from a DVD or CD.
I built a course and have it set to Publish Offline as an Exe file. Everything is great, except when someone tries to navigate too quickly and the course gets all messed up, which forces the user to close the window (not through the exit course button either). Upon returning to the course, the user now has to start completely over because none of the variables were saved when the window closed.
Is there any way to prevent this from happening? Or am I pretty well hosed because of the output type?
I would think that in a Scorm or web output that you could go in and modify page code after the publish to be able to fix the issue, but I don;t have a clue with an Exe output.
Just to rule out the potential obvious, do you have retain value between sessions checked for each variable? I forgot to do that on one of my courses and it bolloxed quite a bit up. Beyond that, I’m not sure what about an offline output would do differently to cause that issue.