Responsive eLearning with Captivate 2017 – Part 6: Modifying Fluid Box properties

In the first five parts of this blog-series on responsive eLearning with Captivate 2017, we learned how to create a new responsive project, rescale it (if required), add Fluid Boxes to the slides, add objects to these Fluid Boxes, and apply background fill to the Fluid Boxes. Now let’s learn how to modify the Fluid Box properties.

Adobe Captivate applies some default properties to the Fluid Boxes which help make the content look good and flow well on smaller devices. Let’s learn about these properties and their customisation options.

Flow

Flow property of Fluid Boxes determines the direction of flow of the content inside the selected Fluid Box. When you add a Fluid Box to the slide, you need to decide the flow of the Fluid Box. The same selection is reflected in the Properties Inspector after the addition of Fluid Box.

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