Custom Multiple Choice Quiz Questions Made with Shared Actions

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Who is afraid of ... Shared Actions? Crash course Lesson 2 (video)

Preparation In Lesson 1 you started from an existing project, which had created objects for the Slide show AND shared actions in the project Library. Topic […]

Who is afraid of ... Shared Actions? Crash course - Lesson 2 (step-by-step)

Intro You prefer step-by-step workflow for this second lesson over a video. Great. Let us start with this second lesson,  explaining how to use the […]

Who is afraid of... Shared Actions? Crash course Lesson 1 (video)

Preparation You have read the introduction and watched the Demo project. This lesson will explain the interaction 'SlideShow' which you did see in the demo. […]

Use Shared Actions!

Why? Surprised by the title. I have hesitated to write everything in capitals. You may see this as an invitation.  There is a BIG difference […]

Matchstick Game (Shared Actions)

Intro A while ago, with Captivate version 8, I created a SWF version of this game. If you have a browser (such as Internet Explorer) […]

Matchstick Game (use case Shared Actions)

A while ago, with Captivate version 8, I created a SWF version of this game. If you have a browser (like IE) which still supports […]

Intermediate Score Slides in 2020

Intro Quite a while ago, in the SWF period, I created a similar post. Time to upgrade to make it ready for HTML output, using […]

Percentage Progress indicator (non-linear course) - Solution 1

Goal All tutorials about showing progress as a percentage have the same limitation: you need to view the course in a linear way, no branching […]

Setup course with intermediate score slides

Intro Last week I posted an example file to illustrate the workflow described here. In that course, the global quiz was divided in 3 parts, […]

Review wrong answers in Quiz, skip correct answers

Intro Similar to most Captivate developers I am busy converting legacy projects with SWF output to HTML output (in my blog). Quite a long time […]

Hyperlink Tips

Quite a while ago i have blogged about using Hyperlinks as interactive objects. Those blogs include examples, but from the SWF era… which is almost […]

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