9 Replies
Nancy Woinoski

Hi Kris, Phil's suggestion should work but there is another approach you can try.  Create your marker and set it to pulse. Then copy and paste the marker you just created to your screen and  turn the pulse off.  Copy the new marker (the one that has the pulse turned off) - then edit the states for the original marker (the one that has the pulse) - create the visited state. Delete the marker that is in the visited state then paste the maker with the pulse in its place (adjust the maker position so that it is  0, 0). 

Alejandra Rodriguez
Nancy Woinoski

Hi Kris, Phil's suggestion should work but there is another approach you can try.  Create your marker and set it to pulse. Then copy and paste the marker you just created to your screen and  turn the pulse off.  Copy the new marker (the one that has the pulse turned off) - then edit the states for the original marker (the one that has the pulse) - create the visited state. Delete the marker that is in the visited state then paste the maker with the pulse in its place (adjust the maker position so that it is  0, 0). 

When I apply this solution, Storyline crashes when I try to go into preview mode

Vincent Scoma

Hi Alejandra,

I am sorry that Storyline crashes when you try to set up this marker workflow. Does it crash every time you create this setup and then preview the slide? 

Could I have you try a simple repair of Storyline to see if that resolves the issue? Also, I would ensure that these best practices are in place to help avoid unexpected behavior when creating Storyline projects.