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LSO Authoring Environment-importing SCORM courses from Articulate Presenter

Hi,

We are having some issues with courses being exported out of Articulate Presenter version 5. When we are importing them into the AE, they successfully import. However, when attempting to play them in the local content player, the course hangs. It never fully loads and starts.

Anyone have experience with this issue and provide guidance? All the settings being used in the publishing process from Presenter seem to be correct; wondering whether a manual step (e.g. change something in one of the XML files) is necessary to get the course to work properly in the AE.

Gary

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2007 at 05:15 AM

    Hello Gary!

    Have you been tried the SCORM website where you can find comformance test suits? (Check" target="_blank">http://www.adlnet.gov/downloads/DownloadsSearchResults.aspx?Category=Products">Check it here..)

    Download one of the suits for comformance test and check your course with this. If the suite does not find any errors, send back the summary of the results (and the steps you did) and we investigate further together!

    Best regards,

    Zsolt

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