January 16, 2014

Training: Designing Captivate-ing Games using JavaScript, Advanced Actions, and Variables

Topic: Designing Captivate-ing Games using JavaScript, Advanced Actions, and Variables

Description: Did you know that you can create interactive games by using Adobe Captivate? Join Sreekanth Chakravarthy, Lead Learning Designer at IBM India, for an interesting session on how to create the classic Snakes and Ladders game by using JavaScript, custom effects and advanced actions provided by Adobe Captivate 7. Also, get some great tips and pointers on how to enhance the logic and create other engaging interactivities and board games.

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  • SagarH

    I have created the course in the
    Captivate 7 and Play/Pause and Audio On/Off
    smart shape buttons works fine in SWF version, but the smart shape button
    functionality does not work in the HTML5 version with Chrome.

    • Donal

      The recording link is not valid. Please provide the updated one.

      • Dr. Pooja Jaisingh

        Hi Donal, here’s the correct link:

        https://2488538.meetus.adobeevents.com/

        • Raphaelae Alexandra

          Unfortunately the page you are NOW taken to wants you to REGISTER (but does NOT provide a date of when the next webinar actually is!)

          • Dr. Pooja Jaisingh

            You need to register and you’ll be taken to the recorded session.

  • SagarH

    I have created the course in the
    Captivate 7 and Play/Pause and Audio On/Off
    smart shape buttons works fine in SWF version, but the smart shape button
    functionality does not work in the HTML5 version with Chrome.

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  • TL Hoffman

    I wondered about that — I would love to use the functionality, but I’m publishing these as HTML5/SCORM courses. What will work for that, anything?

  • Lisa M. Matthews

    Hi, I am having some issues with creating a command line simulation in Captivate 7. The user has to enter correct information on one slide in a text entry box. The user then needs to enter a command on another slide. If the information in the first text entry box is not correct they will get on message, conversely it’s correct they will get another.

    I have tried to set it up using an conditional action but it seems like I am missing something as it’s not working. Any suggestions? Can Captivate store the correct data from a text entry box once you move to another slide?

    • Mohana

      Hey Lisa
      I have assumed that you have used a conditional action which jumps to a slide if the entry is correct and jumps to another slide for a wrong entry. Am I correct?
      Also, can you let me know if you have enabled the checkbox “Validate user input” in the PI along with applying the conditional action.

      Thanks and Regards

      • Lisa M. Matthews

        Hi, Yes that is what my conditional action is doing. I was actually able to get this working. I had to assign the correct boolean values to the first Text Entry Box and then it worked.

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