A scenario element consists of one or more scenes, and is typically used to portray branching scenarios, where in each scene the learner is given several options of how to proceed to the next scene. Each scene in the scenario can link to one or more other scenes, including linking back to scenes already visited. The outline of the scenario can be viewed and edited using the scenario tree.

When evaluating the course, the scenario is considered as complete once any scene with a successful or unsuccessful <Result> is visited. In a test, the score of the scenario is determined based on the last result recorded. Any activities nested inside the scenario are not scored.

To insert a scenario element, use Interactions > Scenario. The scenario element can be inserted in its default design, for full customization, or as an interactive set.

The scenario element contains the scenes, and at any given moment shows one active scene, or the scenario tree. In the background of the scenario is the scenario master, which always shows behind the active scene and can contain content common to all scenes.


Restart Attempts Number The number of times the scenario can be restarted. After the number of attempts is exhausted, any scenario restart link in the scenario is disabled.
Sticky Scenes Checkbox When on, after navigating to the next scene, the previous scene remains visible in the background. Any element inside the scenario can be hidden while a scene is the background, using <Sticky Scene / Excluded>. Scene links are excluded by default.


Enabled Checkbox When on, a transition animation is used when navigating between scenes.
Type Select The animation style to use when transitioning between scenes.
Duration Unit The duration of the transition between scenes.


Lock Next Navigation Checkbox When on, prevents from navigating to the next page until the scenario is considered as complete.