I tried to publish my project from adobe captivate 2017 to android using phonegap build. The following message occurs:
adobe captivate publish failed. error PhoneGap 3.7.0 is not supported
I have also downloaded and replaced the file “phonegapConfig” but still the same error occurs.
It will be great favor if answered.
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I saw other questions related to this but no real solutions. Since January 2018 I’ve been creating Captivate 2017 Responsive courses with video simulations captured first as CPVC files and then inserted into the bigger Captivate course. Up through April, I had no problem with the slides loading or playing at HTML 5 on my desktop. Suddenly in June this stopped working on a new project I created. Then I realized all of my old projects no longer work.
What could have changed to cause this problem?
Any ideas are welcome.
Again, it worked before…not it doesn’t work.
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Now that you’ve learned how to create a new responsive project, rescale it (if required), add Fluid Boxes to the slides, and further add objects to these Fluid Boxes, it’s time to look at the editing options. We’ll start with adding background color and images to the Fluid Boxes.
You can easily add background images or colors in Captivate responsive projects by using the Fill option for Fluid Boxes. The Fill option for Fluid Boxes works the same as the Fill option for Shapes, where you can pick from solid color, gradient, or image fill options.
In this tutorial, let’s see how to use the Fill option for Fluid Boxes:
In the next part, we will learn how to modify the Fluid Box properties in Captivate 2017.
I have downloaded some characters from the ‘Get Free eLearning Assets’ area of Captivate. Is there a way for me to include these downloaded characters under the ‘My Asset’s -> Character section?
For example, under My Assets -> Characters I choose a category type then click a person. From there I see all the different poses and if I want a Close Up, Half or Full pose.
I want to be able to do the same with the eLearning Brothers characters that i downloaded. Otherwise I have to insert the image and then crop for a Close Up or Half pose. I think it is a limiting function if this cannot be achieved.
Assistance or instructions would be greatly appreciated.
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In this video tutorial, I show you two interesting ways you can give access to Microsoft Office documents to your learners from within your Adobe Captivate project.
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Join me for this Adobe Captivate eLearning Livestream, where I will be reviewing what I’ve learned after a year of using fluid boxes. Join this live session and have your responsive design fluid box questions ready for the live chat. I will be answering your questions.
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P.S. Don’t forget to also register for a free one hour webinar on Mastering Custom Quizzes with Adobe Captivate 2017 scheduled for Wednesday, Mar 28, 2018, at 9 AM Pacific / 12 PM Eastern. https://www.trainingmagnetwork.com/events/1384?gref=pw
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In this video tutorial, I show you my workflow for creating a single-slide click to reveal that contains both slide audio, as well as additional triggered audio for each state of a multi-state object. Your instinct might be to attach the audio to the individual states of the multi-state audio but you will quickly discover that this doesn’t work so well.
Please note: that this type of interaction will not work with the built-in closed captioning for the additional audio items so you might want to include narration text on-screen for those who require closed captioning for accessibility purposes.
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As a first time initiative, we are pleased to announce the launch of Adobe Captivate Specialist – a certification program from Adobe, set in an intense classroom training format followed by an online assessment, delivered by top Adobe Captivate experts. Successful completion of the course and assessment will help you earn a badge and certificate, which shall serve as an excellent professional medallion for you and truly endorse your expertise in Adobe Captivate. The badge and certificate which you can share in your social and professional networks will help boost your professional profile. By the end of the full-day session, you will have mastered all the major workflows in Adobe Captivate through hands-on learning with examples and demos.
The agenda will cover the following topics:
- Introduction to Adobe Captivate 2017 release
- Touring the Adobe Captivate interface
- Building storyboards using Adobe Captivate Draft
- Creating static and responsive courses in Adobe Captivate
- Using themes and eLearning assets
- Inserting interactive and non-interactive objects
- Building custom animations and interactions
- Using advanced actions and variables
- Recording and editing simulations and video demos
- Using Adobe Captivate with other applications, such as Adobe Creative Cloud
- Adding assessments and quizzes
- Enabling Learning Management System (LMS) compliance and accessibility
- Previewing and publishing the courses to an LMS
Seats are filling up fast – block your seat now. Register here.
If you haven’t registered for the Adobe eLearning Conference yet, this is your chance to register yourself. The agenda is already up. Attendance is complimentary! Limited seats remain, so hurry and register yourself.
Adobe Captivate Team
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