Hi, I’ve been designing a prototype that I want to share as a presentation via link, and most people will open it on their phones.
But there’s an issue with navigating between frames. I have a very specific flow set up that requires an interaction to be performed before navigating to the next frame, and it works fine when I disable the arrow keys on my desktop. But when I open the presentation on my mobile browser, I can move through the frames by tapping on the right or left side of the screen, even though I’m not tapping a hotspot. People I’m testing it on are accidentally tapping ahead in the flow, without even realizing it.
After looking through the forum, I tried adding a bunch of new interactions to every frame, like setting keys and even click to “none”, but it still lets me tap through prototype.
Can this be disabled? The way navigating with keys on desktop can?
You may also add this &disable-default-keyboard-nav=1 so it will disable the navigation key on browser (as you mentionne earlier) but be awar that mean user won’t be able to restart the prototype by hiting the R key, they’ll have to refresh the page.