(SWF to HTML) Replacing Rollover Caption/Image

Intro From what I learned on the forums in  2021, many developers are still busy with conversion of legacy courses (SWF output) to HTML5 output. […]

Click out from a State

Hi all. I’ve been playing around with the software, trying out some things recommended by a few of you who always seem to share information […]

Retain State of Buttons in LMS

I have created a project with multi state buttons to indicate when a topic has been completed. They work perfectly. However, If I return to […]

Show button after all layered multi-state objects are shown

Hi! I’m working on a project where I have a multi-state object  – a character – that has 4 states, none of which show at […]

Kids World Knowledge Game

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Kids Shape Learning Project

This is Kids Shapes Learning Project- We have used multi state Function example to achieve this. The post Kids Shape Learning Project appeared first on […]

Rounded Folder Tabs Project Sample

In this project I used object states to create a rounded tab folder interaction. The tabs are created from shapes in Captivate, which means the […]

State View Query

I have received a Captivate 2019 file, created by a 3rd party and I am trying to update it. There is a slide with multiple […]

Drag and Drop Canada Colouring Book

A viewer on my YouTube channel wanted to make a colouring book for kids. I decided to see if this could be done with a […]

Free Example: Carousel Interaction Using Object States

I created this carousel interaction with object states. Sharing for anyone who might find it useful. CaptivateCarousel_ExampleV1.1 The post Free Example: Carousel Interaction Using Object […]

(re)Use Shared Actions – Lesson 2 (crash course)

Preparation In the first lesson you started from an existing project, which had the objects for the Slide show created AND shared actions in the […]

Secret Feature in Adobe Captivate Multi State Objects

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