February 12, 2013

eTraining: Interactivity using Actions: Basics and Advanced – Part 4

When? Thursday, March 7th, 2013, 8am-9am PST

Description: Adding interactivity to an eLearning course improves the engagement level with the learners. Join Vish and Dr. Pooja Jaisingh in multi-part series to learn about the basics of Actions and Advanced Actions in Adobe Captivate 6. In these sessions, we will be showcasing some real-life eLearning examples to explain the concepts better.

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  • Joe Pacino

    When using advanced actions that includes an apply effect motion and play an audio file, I can’t get access to the motion path from inside the advanced action panel. I get a parameter not available for the apply effect motion path. Is this a bug?

    • captivater

      you cannot select the motion path from advanced actions dialog. it is a part of design and it is not a bug.
      solution:
      On stage, select the object and select the effect from you want to apply.
      now select the motion path you want.
      save it as a custom effect.
      apply this effect from advanced actions panel.

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