Once you have course content organized and navigation, including branching, in place you may want to take a closer look at how the slide appears to the learner.
As mentioned earlier, you can work with slide properties to configure what player controls are visible for a particular slide, or group of slides. This feature comes in handy when you have a course that contains a scenario or simulation where you want the learner to interact with what is on the slide, and not be distracted by other player controls.
To create a seamless experience, you can turn off player controls for certain sections of a course, and use custom controls instead.
In the following example, the learner must explore the scene, clicking on the various ...