I just upgraded and updated Captivate to release 11.0.1 on Windows 10.
I developed a test project with VR slides. When I preview the project on Chrome (71), it displays fine; but if I play the project on Chrome after publishing it, the VR slides are ALL black and won't display correctly. It works fine in Firefox 60+, and MS Edge.
Are you sure this is not due to the facct that AutoPlay is disabled in Chrome? I always use Chrome and didn't see that issue.
Might also be worth testing from a web server or LMS to make sure the issue isn't simply permissions blocking the playback when done locally.
Thanks for the tip Rod. I'll give it a try.
Thanks for your reply. Autoplay is enabled in Chrome, but still the same. The thing is, that non-VR slides work fine, just the VR obnes show all black.
Autoplay doesn't work anymore for Captivate 2019 HTML5 projects
AutoPlay IS disabled in Captivate and cannot be enabled, for all HTML output. VR slides essentially need HTML output.
If it isn't a server like LMS or web server where you the project is hosted, Chrome will block it, because the files don't come from the same source. (It's not a captivate issue)
If you still want to test the project, use Mozilla firefox, it works fine. Otherwise you have to host your project in a server