Responsive Click to Reveal Interaction with Advanced Actions

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Advanced Actions that Use Frames in Adobe Captivate

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Only Let Learners Select a Set Number of Buttons in Your Captivate Project

The question for this video came from the Adobe Captivate Users Group on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/834148473407485/ The post Only Let Learners Select a Set Number of […]

Next Button Available Immediately on Slide Revisits

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Use Hyperlinks as Interactive Object.

Intro Quite a while ago i have blogged about using Hyperlinks as interactive objects. Those blogs included examples. However the articles were written in the […]

Use Shared Actions to Have Fewer Advanced Actions in Your Project

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Lightbox setup

Why? Lightbox is a popular technique to make extra information (text, images, video…) stand out. Traditionally that information will appear on a background of an […]

Prevent Skipping on Drag&Drop quiz slide

Intro In a recent thread user asked how to prevent that a learner would click the Submit button on a Drag&Drop slide before having performed […]

Quiz: Replace Score by 100% or 0%

Intro Recent question on the Adobe forums is the reason for this blog. User didn't want the score (points or percentage) to be transferred to a […]

Biggest Advanced Action Challenge Yet | Monday November 18, 2019 17:00 UTC

I will be taking you through my thought process on how I worked out the solution and provide you with a detailed explanation of how […]

Show Different Character Reactions in Your Adobe Captivate Quiz

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SVGs for color-based quiz

Intro Being able to use SVG’s, for which you can limit the clickable area to the SVG itself, creates a lot of opportunities. In a […]

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