High Contrast and 508 Accessiblity

I’m having a problem when my courses are tested for 508 Accessibility in that they are failing the “High Contrast” test.  This is apparently a function built into at least Windows that inverts the colors on the screen (i.e. this page, for example, the white would change to black and the black test would change to white).

Does anyone know if there are settings within Captivate itself that are necessary to make this feature function properly?

v/r
Jay

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Captivate: if I output to HTML, I have to un-check “Auto Label” box in “Item Accessibility” and enter my own text?

I am trying to create accessible e-Learning. Also, I am required to output my course file in HTML format. HOWEVER, it seems like the auto label feature for accessibility is only applicable for SWF output (FLASH?). Is that TRUE? Will it change eventually in 2017 or 2019 version?

THANKS!

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The 360 slide cannot be displayed when I opened the published html file

Hi,

I love the new 360 slide and VR project features, which can provide an immersive training for my learners, so I start a trial on using the Captivate 2019 and create a blankslide and vr project to have a try on the new feature.

And they worked in the browser tab opened when I clicked the YES to preview after publishing the project into html. However, when I closed the preview window and tried to reopen the index.html, the 360 slide cannot be displayed while the normal slide is functioning (see the below screenshots)

the cannot be displayed 360 slide

the functioning normal slide

Can anyone help in this?

Thanks a million,

Stella

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Replacing video that has closed captioning in Captivate

I have a captivate module that has a video with closed captioning added through Captivate.

We had to delete a small portion of the video.

It seems, though, that when I replace the old video with the new one, the CC all goes away. 7 min video, 100+ captions.

If I replace the video, or update it, the CC goes away.

Is there any way to retain all the work done for the previous CC and apply to the new video?

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Captivate 9 Accessibility issues

I am having several issues with keyboard accessibility on a project I am working on.

  1. Unable to tab to the TOC button except on a Knowledge check slide.  For some reason it works here but everywhere else it tabs right past itUnable to tab to Hyperlinks in text boxes.
  2. These appear in the tab order but when tabbing through the slide are never reached.
  3. Tab order of Knowledge check slides is random.  The only item that shows up in the tab order is the submit button.  When I try to tab to the individual choices it randomly jumps from one to another.Any help with these issue would be greatly appreciated.

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