Can I not jump back over knowledge check slides?

Here’s my situation…I created a course with some front material (slide 1 and 2), a series of questions using knowledge check slide (set to 1 attempt only), and then more content.  On the first slide of the second content area, I added a button to let the learner “Jump to slide 2”.  But, this functionality won’t work…instead the course seems to “pause”, then it “goes to next slide”.  I’ve checked the code and it is correct…it happened again when I checked the code and reloaded it to the LMS.

Anyone have any ideas?  Will Captivate not let me jump back over the knowledge slides once they’ve been answered?

Thanks.

Jay

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Audio not playing on one slide

I have a Captivate project where the first slide has audio to introduce the project.  Then it proceeds to the next slide where students click on various buttons to learn more about a particular topic.  There is also audio on the slides with each topic, but no audio on the slide they click on.  For some reason, the audio does not play on the first slide.  It proceeds to the next slide, then when the buttons are clicked it plays on those slides, just not the first one.  I tried removing it and putting it in again, and it still doesn’t work.  I tried removing the first slide altogether and putting the audio on the second slide where they click, and it doesn’t play.  I tried a completely different clip, and it still doesn’t play.  This is now happening to all projects I created of this type.  Is this some sort of glitch, now, in Captivate?

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