Posting My First Project

Greetings all.

I teased this in another post a couple of weeks back (if you happened to read it) and it took me longer to complete this than I would have liked. But that is ok. It is done now.

I am excited to post this project. It is from content that I created for the in-class environment, but I have edited (and re-re-re edited) over time and for this purpose. To be honest, I wasn’t focused as much on the content as I was in trying to put something together that I thought flowed well as an intro module. Am I 100% happy with it. I would be a fool to say yes.


With that, please take a view and let me know what you think. Constructive comments would be great. Super negative comments (which I do not see often here) will not detract me from creating more and becoming better.  That is what I am working towards 1 1/2 months into using the software.

Thanks all.

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Issue with scalable/not scalable option


I am working on a project with captivate 22019

I want my course not to be scalable.

No matter wether I am turning on the export setting “scalable HTML content” or not my export is scalable in MS Edge, Chrome, Firefox etc.

Additionally when I decrease the size of the window via pulling the corner of the window with my cursor also the export becomes smaller. When I click full screen in the top right corner afterwards the browser window becomes larger but the export stays as small as before…

How to fix this?

Thanks for any advice!


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Question: Searching with a keyword


I am preparing a module which involves different components related to typical electrical circuits with different names / nomenclature.  How can I add searching capability in Captivate ? This is not required on TOC level but more towards better searching on other.  For example: If I can enter  ” CKT 33” all results related to this keyword will be displayed.

Looking for a solution on this !

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Remediation Advanced Actions in Adobe Captivate 2019

The default remediation options in Adobe Captivate are essential to effective learning techniques. In this short video, I’ll walk you through taking remediation beyond the default capabilities and pair it with Advanced Actions.

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