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Controlling knowledge check overlay slide opacity? - too transparent for easy reading

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May 01, 2020

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We are creating our first educational content in Captivate, but when inserting knowledge check slides they come up and work as we expect them to and are pleased, except that the opacity of the knowledge check overlay slide is too transparent to read easily. We have searched and searched for a way to control this, but we haven't found it yet.

 

We even tried putting a smart shape as the background color to see if that would allow us to control the opacity, which it did, but it was still made too transparent when it was displayed as the overlay knowledge check slide. 

This is our first project, sorry if this is a rookie question! We appreciate your help. 

- Freddys 

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Controlling knowledge check overlay slide opacity? - too transparent for easy reading

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We are creating our first educational content in Captivate, but when inserting knowledge check slides they come up and work as we expect them to and are pleased, except that the opacity of the knowledge check overlay slide is too transparent to read easily. We have searched and searched for a way to control this, but we haven't found it yet.

 

We even tried putting a smart shape as the background color to see if that would allow us to control the opacity, which it did, but it was still made too transparent when it was displayed as the overlay knowledge check slide. 

This is our first project, sorry if this is a rookie question! We appreciate your help. 

- Freddys 

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May 03, 2020

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We figured it out as best we could. 

 

We could not find a way to control the opacity of the entire knowledge check slide, but you can edit the master template for slide and control the INDIVIDUAL component's opacity from there.  Didn't give us the total outcome we wanted, but at least we could make the slide MUCH more readable by editing it that way.

Good luck,

- FXG

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