I ran across this post from last month. Sorry this post had slipped through in the Online area. Did you find a solution or is this still an issue. I do recommending to back up a copy of your working .twbx often when the view took considerable effort to build and you do not have Tableau Server/Online to save a copy to.
Thanks for the reply, and my apologies for my lengthy delay. I recently completed my thesis and grad school, so the last few weeks of the semester were quite busy. The issue I experienced with Tableau crashing/freezing seems to have resolved itself. Not sure if it was just my laptop being finicky or due to an update in Tableau Desktop, but I was very conscious of using the F7 function to exit out of presentation mode, and it seemed to behave as expected. I have not experienced that issue since reporting it.
I do have another question, if you don't mind looking into it. I noticed that my published viz is fairly slow in responding. I created a story, and when I click on a button or use the arrows to advance through the slides, it can take a while before the slide actually advances. I've noticed this behavior on my home laptop and my work system (a much faster, more robust system than what I have at home). This is my first viz, and I followed the tutorial videos fairly closely wrt packaging and publishing my viz. I don't know if this sluggish behavior is due to me not packaging it properly?
Here is a link to the viz. The workbook can be downloaded. I can provide a packaged workbook later if necessary.
I have enjoyed using Tableau and have a couple of ideas for new visualizations that I hope to start working on soon.
Thanks and regards,
I have the similar issue . Once the i get out of the presentation mode , everyone is frozen . When I click anything , i only hear a lock sound .can someone help with issue?