BUTTONS IN LECTORA

aveney3170
aveney3170 Community Member Posts: 6
I am still working in Lectora 17 . I attached a picture so you can see hw the page is set up.

I have transparent buttons over each letter in a textbox. the big transparent  button is there to simply disable while displaying one of the letters contents...

On to the problem.. at letter M the buttons seem to shift right. So much so that if I click on "P" the contents of "O" is displayed. and the "P" is located in the blank white space to the right of the letter.

I've tried moving the buttons and text to the left, tried making the transparent buttons smaller, tried locking the position, tried ungrouping, tried publishing to see if it would be that way in the lms. how can I fix this?

Comments

  • klaatu
    klaatu Community Member Posts: 988
    The first thing would be to post a sample. You can remove most of the other content if that's necessary or replace content with gibberish.
  • timk
    timk Community Member Posts: 1,176 ☆ Superstar ☆
    The easiest way should be to type the letters into the button.
  • aveney3170
    aveney3170 Community Member Posts: 6
    I made a quick mock of the course, as you navigate through, you'll see thinngs begin to shift somehow even though they do not appear to be on the page.
  • aveney3170
    aveney3170 Community Member Posts: 6
    I am still working in Lectora 17.1.3 . I have to publish in Scorm 1.2 and only using internet explorer. I attached the file.

    I have transparent buttons over each letter in a textbox. the big transparent  button is there to simply disable while displaying one of the letters contents…

    On to the problem.. at letter M the buttons seem to shift right. So much so that if I click on “P” the contents of “O” is displayed. and the “P” is located in the blank white space to the right of the letter.

    I’ve tried moving the buttons and text to the left, tried making the transparent buttons smaller, tried locking the position, tried ungrouping, tried publishing to see if it would be that way in the lms. I haven't tried another browser such as chrome or firefox and am curious to know does this problem still occur in a new browser. how can I fix this?
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