Requirements: Adobe Captivate 5.0 OR 5.5 Publish for Flash Player 9 or above Live Demo: This movie requires Flash Player 9 FAQ: Q: How can I get this to open in a new tab instead of a window? A: This is a user preference setting for the browser itself. Check the browser’s documentation [...]
Possible Use Cases: Send quiz data to your custom PHP or ASP.NET script by passing the variables in the URL of a “Open URL or file” action. Open a specific project based on the Learner’s responses using variables in the “Open other project” action. Send an email with a custom subject and body that contains [...]
This widget was made with the awesome CpGears Framework and the AlivePDF library. The Captivate 6.x version can be found here. Screencast Demonstrating How to Create a Transcript Screencast on How To Create Certificates How Does It Work? You, the Captivate Developer, design the layout of the PDF in the Editor. Add formatted [...]
This widget was made with the easy-to-use framework. How Does It Work? It only takes one widget for your whole Captivate project. Just drop the widget on your first slide and you’re ready to roll.
This is an enhanced version of the stock Radio Buttons widget that now works with advanced actions. If you set the radio button variable in an advanced action, it will also update the corresponding radio button. In addition, it allows you to deselect a radio button. You can also deselect the whole radio button group [...]
This is an enhanced version of the stock Check Boxes widget that now works with advanced actions. If you set one of the checkbox variables in an advanced action, it will also check the checkbox. This improvement was made possible by the awesome cpGears widget framework. UPDATE: Lieve Weymeis (ACE), our Captivate community Adobe Certified [...]
This widget is a modified version of the Text Area widget that comes stocked with Adobe Captivate 5. It allows you to use a variable as the default text of the Text Area. This widget works similar to the Text Entry Box widget. The Text Area widget will help you to [...]
This interactive widget was created using the Developer friendly framework. Live Demo: Download the demo to see how it was built. The zip file also contains a custom caption type called Validator Red that is used in the demo for the MM/DD/YYYY validation. The .psd source files are included as well. The Captivate [...]
This widget was rebuilt from the ground up using the awesome platform. The older Captivate 4 version can be found here. Improvements Over the Captivate 4 Version Ability to automatically send Learner’s quiz answers Notification of a successful form submission. If the data was sent successfully, a user variable of your choosing will equal [...]
The Adobe Captivate 6.x version can be found here. How Does It Work? Insert the widget on the slide you want to start showing closed captions (usually the first slide in your project). Simply align the widget on canvas to set the CC panel’s size and coordinates at runtime. Publish for Flash Player 9+.