Hi, I have created an online tutorial where users have to click through the whole thing (HTML5) including slides with waiting times for required reading and answering quizzes, and at the end they get a password. Next time they open the tutorial link, they can fill out the password on the second slide, after which they can browse through the slides without waiting times and restrictions. I have come about 2 problems with this.
Currently, the current state (i.e. password entered or slide opened) is stored into the local storage of the browser and even if the local storage is deleted, the reload event is also intercepted, so that upon revisiting the tutorial, one ends up on the same page again without having to fill out the password. Can I change this in the export settings or in the object status settings?
After finishing the quizzes, there is some final information about the project. These slides have a required waiting time and upon revisiting the tutorial, users should be able to click right through all slides after filling out the password. Right now, however, users can click through these slides the first time around without waiting times, as these (important!) slides show up after the required interaction (quizzes) is finished. How can I change this for the first time they do the tutorial?