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Can you loop effects in Captivate?

Community Beginner ,
Mar 14, 2013

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Hello!

I am trying to create the image of someone falling down a hole with the little speed lines trailing behind it.  I'd like to give it the image of falling for the entire time the user is on the slide.  Is there a way to loop effects to continue to cycle until the user leaves the slide.  I'm using Captivate 6.

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Can you loop effects in Captivate?

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Hello!

I am trying to create the image of someone falling down a hole with the little speed lines trailing behind it.  I'd like to give it the image of falling for the entire time the user is on the slide.  Is there a way to loop effects to continue to cycle until the user leaves the slide.  I'm using Captivate 6.

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Hi there,

Thanks for reaching Adobe Community:

The below thread might help:

http://forums.adobe.com/thread/420104

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Shekhar, the thread you are pointing to is about a Flash animation, here the question is about 'effects' if I understand it well. Please mmkreik could you specify what you mean?

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Apology for re-opening an old thread but I was going to ask the same question and noticed this thread so decided to update it rather than create a duplicate one.

I have a button which I want it flash (flicker) for the entire duration of the slide until the user click on it, so I have applied a 'Flicker' effect but it only flickers once, how can I set it to repeat (loop) the effect?

I assume that's what mkosmacek  meant?

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I also have this question! Please help!

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No eternal looping is possible for effects. You can chain the same effect several times, and create a custom effect. Or for SWF output you could create a looping effect in Flash and save it as XML, can be used as effect in Captivate.

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You just apply the effect as many times as you need and in the timeline you'll see each instance of the effect.

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