Way to determine which Captivate release was used to publish content?

Does anyone know of a way to determine what specific Captivate version (for example 11.5.1.499 not just Captivate 2019) was used at the time content was published? Is there anything in the extracted .zip files that would point to a specific version?

Also, is there any documentation that lists the release history including hot fixes?

Thanks in advance!

-Trina

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Find the differences with Captivate

Hello Captivaters !…

I hope you don’t miss the awesome project from our great Guru and friend Lilybiri to spot the differences between 2 images…

If not, here are the links to her project :

https://elearning.adobe.com/2020/01/2020-game-find-the-differences/

And to her explanations to realize this :

https://elearning.adobe.com/2020/01/find-differences-game-setup/

And so, I thought it was exactly what I need to do my own projects !…

But I made it more simple… No svgs (I don’t like them !…) , no sounds (I like to listen to my own music when I’m on my computer ) and no effects…

So I did this :

Play

I just used smartshapes, used as buttons… The normal shape is made transparent and the “spotted” shape is just a red circle.

And one variable to follow the numbers of right answers…

There are many other examples on this page :

http://soutien67.fr/math/activites/differences/Differences.htm

Once again… A big THANK YOU to Lieve !…

Happy Captivating !…

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Really needing CUSTOMIZED surveys, please…

For employee surveying, please:

1) Can the Likert scale be expanded to beyond 5 options?

2) Can short-answer input (i.e. “Comments”) be added to the same slide as the likert scale (and have their entries exported)?

If Adobe Captivate 2019 cannot do this, are there any recommendations on how we can get this done and uploaded to Adobe Captivate PRIME?

Thank you.

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