Captivate 2019 - Text Animation - Loop related problem

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Apr 08, 2020

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Hi,

In my captivate project of only one slide. I  have tried to loop a slide using preference => Project => End -> Loop.

The slide includes  "Typing Text Animation".

The contents of these "Typing Text Animation" start doubling, tripling and so on after every loop. i.e. "About Project" initially and after first loop "About Project About Project"

 

Is there a way to set "Typing Text Animation" to null at the beginning of the slide to mitigate the impact of the loop?

Many thanks

 

 

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Lilybiri Most Valuable Participant , Apr 08, 2020
Will you publish to HTML? Text animations are SWF-based, although somewhere I read that Typing Text would be an exception... not sure, is not always functional. What you ask is not possible, but maybe if you use micro-navigation to re-enter the slide? 

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Will you publish to HTML? Text animations are SWF-based, although somewhere I read that Typing Text would be an exception... not sure, is not always functional.

What you ask is not possible, but maybe if you use micro-navigation to re-enter the slide? 

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Thanks, Lilybiri for a great pointer.

Typing texts were possible with HTML output.

Also, Micro-Navigation worked in my case.

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