Storyline 2: Working with the Player

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In Articulate Storyline, the term "player" refers to the interface around the perimeter of your slides. It can include several optional features, such as navigation buttons, a seekbar, a clickable menu, slide notes, a glossary, a list of supplemental resources, and more. You can even customize the player with specific colors and fonts. For a completely chromeless look, you can make the player invisible, which is a nice option if you plan to build your own custom navigation buttons.

In short, you can make the player look exactly the way you want. Here are a few examples of how different players can change the appearance of a course.

To access the player settings, go to the Home tab on the Storyline ribbon and click Player. To learn more about customizing each component of the player, explore these tutorials:

Choosing Player Features
Customizing the Menu
Attaching Resources
Adding a Glossary
Changing the Player Colors and Font
Changing the Text Labels
Changing the Browser Settings and Player Size
Changing the Resume Behavior
Enabling Right-to-Left Language Support
Saving Your Player or Switching to a Different One