This seems to only be an issue when a Lectora title is set to be RCD. When running an RCD title in FireFox, I’ve located one CSS attribute of the main div (id=”pageDiv”) called -moz-user-select: none. If I set that attribute to -moz-text, then I can again select the text on the page. However, this might be a risky thing to do since I have no idea why the developers have set that attribute to “none” in the first place for RCD titles. There could possibly be side effects that I cannot even begin to guess about.
In any case, I do know that the developers are aware of this issue, so hopefully a fix for it will be released in a future patch sooner than later.
User-select can be used to prevent the accidental selection of adjacent content. An example would be to use it to make it easier to copy and paste specific text without selecting other unwanted text. Its use is still considered experimental. Can I Use. Check out the resources tab for more info.
Thanks for your responses Wendy and Darrel. RCD has not been checked off in my course. I am wondering if this issue is coming from a migration from a Lectora Online package and imported in Lectora Inspire. I have to investigate this and will follow up.
Oh, ok. I just assumed that it was the RCD issue because I had recently run into it myself! It could also be something as simple as a transparent graphic overlaying the text. I’m guessing you’ve already checked for that though. If you do find that the issue has something to do with importing a PKG into the desktop version of Lectora, please let us know the details! You can click the Submit a Support Ticket button on any forum page.
We’ve also run into this – courses published to HTML (or SCORM) that were built using RCD don’t allow for any text on the page to be selected. It’s not an overlap issue (transparent image or anything).