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Bookmarking To Bypass Disclaimer

dcappert
dcappert Community Member Posts: 68
You cannot do this by setting the the lesson location variable in a previous session as the value you give it when the student exits is the value that will be passed back to the course from the LMS. Therefore, if you were to set the lesson location to the second page of your course, when the student returned and received the prompt to return to the last location, if they click Yes, it would take them to the second page of the course not the actual page they last visited. What you can try to do is place an action on the disclaimer page, either on an accept button or the next button, to set a variable you create, let's call it disclaimer, from its initial value of 0 to the new value of 1 when they accept the disclaimer. Also, make sure you have this variable set to be retained between sessions. You could also place this action on the second page of the course at the page level with an on show action instead of on the disclaimer page. Then place an action on the disclaimer page, at the page level, that states on show, go to, next page with the condition that the disclaimer variable is equal to 1. I would also set a small delay on this action. That is one way that might work for you. You cannot do this by setting the the lesson location variable in a previous session as the value you give it when the student exits is the value that will be passed back to the course from the LMS. Therefore, if you were to set the lesson location to the second page of your course, when the student returned and received the prompt to return to the last location, if they click Yes, it would take them to the second page of the course not the actual page they last visited. What you can try to do is place an action on the disclaimer page, either on an accept button or the next button, to set a variable you create, let's call it disclaimer, from its initial value of 0 to the new value of 1 when they accept the disclaimer. Also, make sure you have this variable set to be retained between sessions. You could also place this action on the second page of the course at the page level with an on show action instead of on the disclaimer page. Then place an action on the disclaimer page, at the page level, that states on show, go to, next page with the condition that the disclaimer variable is equal to 1. I would also set a small delay on this action. That is one way that might work for you.
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