I use in Captivate the action "open URL" (in new window) with a button. I generate the e-learning in SCORM 1.2 HTML5. I publish the e-learning in the LMS "Success Factors". When I am testing in Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 10 there shows up a popup-Window in the e-learning after klicking the "open URL"-Button.
(I translate the message to english: "Adobe Captivate Change to settings and deactivate poup-blocker".)
If I click "OK" in this window, everything works fine, ther is no popupblocking on the part of the browser. If I am testing the e-learning package in Chrome, there is not such a message.
Is there a chance to get rid of this message? Or at least to change the text of the message?
Thanks anybody who can help!
That would be controlled by your browser settings, not by something in Captivate.
I'm having the same issue. Its actually a Captivate setting. There has to be a way to turn it off. The dialog box appears in the Captivate content even if pop up blockers is turned off. The course launching in the LMS launches in a pop up window, so that's not the issue. Subscribing. Hopefully someone else finds the answer.
Thank you. I will give that a try.
Is anyone at Adobe working on this. We are trying to move to only HTML5, but this is a major issue. As noted above, our LMS requires that popup blockers be turned off, so it really is a false error. The workaround, while it might work, seems rather involved for our non-programming team members. I am currently working with Captivate 11.5 so the issue continues.
People like me answering questions on this forum, are just users. If you want to be heard by Adobe, you need to log a bug report or a feature request. We cannot help you, nor have the info you want.