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Alternative to glossary widget? (Output does not work in Sharepoint online)

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Jun 17, 2022 Jun 17, 2022

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Hi all,

I have a question as I need to publish a CP 2019 module on Sharepoint online.
We have found a way to make it work (basically exporting it without the Quiz functionality and not as a zip file, then by exchanging all the "hmtl" and "htm" with "aspx").

The only thing that doesn´t work is the glossary widget.
All slides work as usual but jumping to the glossary it shows a blank page.
I can of course delete the whole glossary and simply not have that function or ideally replace it with something else.

Any ideas?

 

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Contributor , Jun 18, 2022 Jun 18, 2022

Okay, for anyone that needs to replace the widget.

A. There are 3 projects in the Assets Tab of CP 2019 that give you a rudimentary glossary.
B. I ended using the solution from the video (drag a zipped Webpage folder into a slide) as it created a scrollable window and simply showed a table with all the entries. Works for me and is a very easy to implement solution.

Thank you Paul Wilson for pointing out that video!

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Jun 17, 2022 Jun 17, 2022

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I usually just build my own glossary slide instead of relying on the Learning Interaction included with Captivate. It's a holdover from the old SWF days and under certain circumstances will not work. If you have a lot of text use the idea in this video (not one of mine): https://youtu.be/ixbXR4HN9Js

Paul Wilson, CTDP

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Thank you, Paul, it's about 50 entries. Maybe I will just cut it out and let them download a pdf... 

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Okay, for anyone that needs to replace the widget.

A. There are 3 projects in the Assets Tab of CP 2019 that give you a rudimentary glossary.
B. I ended using the solution from the video (drag a zipped Webpage folder into a slide) as it created a scrollable window and simply showed a table with all the entries. Works for me and is a very easy to implement solution.

Thank you Paul Wilson for pointing out that video!

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