Click-and-drag highlighting in a simulation (Captivate 9)

New Here ,
Aug 22, 2016 Aug 22, 2016

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Is it possible to correctly simulate a click-and-drag highlight interaction on a Captivate simulation?  I'm working in Excel and want students to highlight two columns by clicking and dragging the mouse.  I could just place a click box over both column headers that would work when they released the mouse, but when they're in the process of highlighting the columns, the students won't experience the actual interaction (where the columns highlight as you drag across).  For two columns, this isn't a huge deal, but there will be more interactions later on in the development of this course that will require more highlights than just two columns and I'd like to be able to simulate the actual interaction as closely as possible.

Thanks in advance for any help you guys/gals can provide!

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Aug 22, 2016 Aug 22, 2016

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I'm thinking you would need JavaScript to do this as you need to evaluate two events at the same time. It would only work for HTML5.

If you are using SWF you would need to create a swf animation or widget.

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Oct 07, 2019 Oct 07, 2019

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Hello dear @mikemartinlfs. I ran into your post today looking for an answer to the same exact question. Do you by any chance have any updates? I would really appreciate it. Thank your very much in advance!

 

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