Captivate blog by Lieve Weymeis

Main focus of the blog is on advanced use cases, in which the scripting possibilities are applied and explained in detail. Most of the posts show the result as an interactive embedded SWF. You'll find also useful documentation about items that are not explained in depth in the official Help documents.

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Posts by Captivate blog by Lieve Weymeis

Quiz Basics 4: Preferences

Intro In previous articles I talked about these topics: Terminology of Quizzes, including the different types of quiz slides within Captivate Submit Process, including an overview […]

Quiz Basics 5: Master slides

Intro This is the fifth blog post about default Quizzing slides. Five of the compulsory master slides in any theme are linked with Quizzing. For […]

Quiz Basics 3: Attempts and Scores

Intro In the first two articles of this basic course about Quizzing, I explained the Terminology, and the Submit Process. Those posts applied to all types of […]

Quiz Basics 2: Submit Process

Embedded objects In a first article about Quizzes I introduced some terminology and one of those terms is ‘Embedded Objects’: those objects on the quizzing slides and […]

Quiz basics 1: Terminology

Why? Since 2008 I have been blogging regularly about Captivate. The most visited post is a rather old one date October 2011. It is labeled  […]

Randomizing in Captivate

Intro Randomizing exists in some limited situations in Captivate: Question pools allow to add randomized quiz slides to a project. Shuffle feature for several question […]

Comparing Advanced and Shared Actions

Intro If you have followed me since a while, you know that I am a great fan of Shared actions.  However I am aware that […]

Video Demo - Tips

Intro You will not find in this blog post details about the basics of creating a Video Demo (cpvc-project) in Captivate, just some practical tips […]

Automatic Hint after x Failed clicks

Intro  This short blog post is created to answer a question in the Adobe forum about clicking an interactive object with multiple attempts. After two […]

Timer Learning Interaction - use case

Intro That interaction is meant in the first place to show the learner the exact time he spent on a course. In that situation the […]

Button states - Basics and Tips

Intro Recently I answered several questions about button states, which proved that some information is missing. For that reason I checked the official Captivate document, […]

Fractioning (custom) motion paths

Intro Motion effects can be customized in many ways. Pausing Captivate's timeline will also pause automatically any effect if it is not finished. This feature […]

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