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    Hi,

    I’d like to manually set the cmi.core.session_time variable in a Scorm 1.2 course. Does anyone know how I can access that variable, so it accepts my value and is not overwritten by Lectoras default functions?

    Thank you very much

    Tim

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    I guess the easiest is to change Lectora’s scofunctions.js to do what you need instead of Trivantis implementation.

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    Hi Sergey,

    thanks for the hint, that will do what I want. But isn’t there a command to prevent Lectora from tracking the session time or replace the time with a custom value? – I’d prefer not to redo the edit after each publication.

    Thanks again

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    You can edit the files in C:/Program Files/Trivantis/Lectora Inspire 16/Support Files and they will be used in every publish.

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