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    Josefin Westlund
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    Hi!

    I use own designed radio buttons in a traning and it works well when I run and published one page. But when I have published the training to SCORM it dosn´t work to click on them.

    I made a file with only this slides so someone could have a look. But when I published that part to SCORM it workes fine!?

    I Attatch the small file anyway…. Does anyone know what other things in my file could effect this?

    (Its in the chapter)

    /Josefin

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    Josefin,

    Can you provide me the LO Package File for the course where the radio buttons don’t work?

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    Hi

    I answered before but did not notice that the file was to big. I have locate the problem to publish settings. Now I find the place to delete unused media=)

    When I check “scale content to fit window” and “scale content to width” it dos not work. If I have them unchecked everything else look strange..

    I use the radio buttons to different things in the training and want different look, but now i notice that if I change design/style in one slide it changes in the hole training? Is there a work around for this? I Have a idea but want to know what is possible. We changing tool so this is my first projekt in lectora and i have no time for not mutch time to learn right now.

    Thanks for all help!!

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