New Toronto Group Now Offering Captivate 9 Training!
| November 12th, 2015 by Default Admin User
New Captivate 9 features covered in NTG’s Captivate training classes include: Faster and easier creation of responsive eLearning projects Ability to add delayed actions and delayed effects to advanced actions Ability to preview your Captivate courses in the SCORM Cloud while remaining within Captivate Ability to create non-quiz knowledge check questions And much, much more At New Toronto…Read more »
Adobe Captivate 7 is now available!
| June 05th, 2013 by Andrew Smith
Described as "everything you need to create everything for e-Learning," Captivate 7 looks like it has some valuable features that will take savvy eLearning creators to the next level. So just what kind of features are now available?1) Drag and Drop features: The new drag and drop abilities will give students a higher level of interaction. Learning becomes very visual and action based, providing a fun…Read more »
Captivate 5 and Flash Player issue with text animations
| December 06th, 2010 by James McGeachie
Bilen Imam - ConsultantAdobe has released an update to their flash player, and this is usually a cause for cheer. However, if you work with Captivate 5, it may give you a bit of a headache. With the new flash player update, if you have any Captivate 5 projects with text animations in them, the projects will stop playing. This is unfortunate, since not only does your projects look prettier with text…Read more »