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Adobe Captivate 8 Tutorials

Adobe Captivate

Rapidly author a wide range of mobile-first, responsive eLearning content without programming using an all-new, intuitive UI. Creating a Software Simulation with Adobe Captivate 8. Learn how to create a software simulation in Adobe Captivate 8. Learn how to create a quiz in Adobe Captivate 8. Responsive Simulations in Adobe Captivate 8. Learn about the common JavaScript platform for SWF and HTML5 in Adobe Captivate 8.

HTML5 only issue: Playhead won’t move beyond Click Box Pause Point if Final Attempt reached prior to Pause Point

Adobe Captivate

We are using CP9, updated to most recent version, trying to publish software simulations in HTML5 output only. These are simulations for clients to complete on desktop devices, not mobile. Click Boxes are not included in quiz reporting for most slides. Object arrangement can be seen below: Issue: This has always worked for us as we’ve traditionally published as SWF output. Hoping someone can shed some light on this issue.

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Should I Edit Course and SCO Identifier and Title?

Adobe Captivate

Any time we go to create a new course, we pull this common cptx from our controlled documents library, paste in our new slides, author the simulations, etc., We create solely software simulations.) We add in scored interactive items (usually click boxes) toward the end of each individual assessment simulation, and we publish these as SCORM packages for upload to our LMS. Within the Quiz Settings, if you click Configure the Manifest dialog is displayed.

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Interactivity in Software Tutorials?

Adobe Captivate

Whenever a comparison of eLearning authoring tools is published, Captivate still is considered to be the best tool for creation of software tutorials. Too bad that most authors seem to forget that meanwhile it has become to most versatile authoring tool, and is probably more used for its other features (compliance training, scenario training to mention only a few). Sorry for my cynical attitude, had many discussions with authors over that type of articles.

5 Advantages of using Adobe Captivate 9

CommLab India

Creating top-notch software simulations/tutorials has always been its biggest strength. Best-in-class screen capture capabilities for software simulations. Like I mentioned earlier, Adobe Captivate is the ideal choice for creating software simulations. Its screen capture capability allows you to create robust software simulations with multiple learning modes in a single recording session.