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Adobe Captivate performs slow on Mac Retina displays

Adobe Employee ,
Oct 17, 2019

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Adobe Captivate performs slower than expected on Mac Retina High Resolution displays, for examples, iMac 4K/5K.

We are working on fixing this issue and meanwhile, as a work-around, run Captivate in a lower resolution.

Perform the steps below

1. Right-click the Adobe Captivate app and click Get Info.

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2. Enable the option Open in Low Resolution.

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3. Restart Adobe Captivate and open the project.

 

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Adobe Captivate performs slow on Mac Retina displays

Adobe Employee ,
Oct 17, 2019

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Adobe Captivate performs slower than expected on Mac Retina High Resolution displays, for examples, iMac 4K/5K.

We are working on fixing this issue and meanwhile, as a work-around, run Captivate in a lower resolution.

Perform the steps below

1. Right-click the Adobe Captivate app and click Get Info.

mac-slow1.png

2. Enable the option Open in Low Resolution.

mac-slow2.png

3. Restart Adobe Captivate and open the project.

 

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