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Customise "Continue from where you stopped last time?" dialogue

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Oct 18, 2018

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I would like to customise the look and feel of the Adobe Captivate dialogue. For example, "Yes" and "No" might be more appropriate responses than "Ok" and "CANCEL". it would be nice to centre the text in the buttons. And if possible, I would like to use our own brand of colours instead of the standard Grey. Any suggestions?

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Customise "Continue from where you stopped last time?" dialogue

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I would like to customise the look and feel of the Adobe Captivate dialogue. For example, "Yes" and "No" might be more appropriate responses than "Ok" and "CANCEL". it would be nice to centre the text in the buttons. And if possible, I would like to use our own brand of colours instead of the standard Grey. Any suggestions?

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Oct 18, 2018

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You can customize the Dialog box with JavaScript.

You would need to add the script in the index.html file in the part that has the function "lJSLoaded = ture;

Add the bold text. Don't have time to figure out the rest.

var dia = cp.model.data.rtDialog;

dia.rtWarningTitle = "Your Title";

dia.rtokb = "Yes";

dia.rtcb = "No";

dia.rtbgfc = "#20627b" //background color";

lJSLoaded = true;

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Oct 18, 2018

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Many thanks for your prompt reply.

I'm a Java novice, but your suggestion seems to make sense. I'll certainly give it a shot.

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May 17, 2020

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Wow, this is a great tip.  However - with Captivate 2019, for some strange reason when I insert your code into index.html at the designated location,  the menu items the user has already completed are disabled, so they can't navigate backward.  If I leave index.html alone, however, this is not the case.

 

Any chance you can offer a solution?

 

Thanks.

 

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May 17, 2020

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Oops! I hit the wrong reply button.  This was intened for TLC Media.  

 

 

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TLC Media,

This does give control over the dialog box, but with Captivate 2019 when I insert your code into index.html at the designated location,  the menu items the user has already completed are disabled, so they can't navigate backward.  If I leave index.html alone, however, this is not the case.

 

Any chance you can offer a solution?

 

Thanks.

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May 18, 2020

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I can't imagine what would cause that. I've never been able to get the TOC to work on previous slides when resuming.

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Jun 24, 2020

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So the whole issue is that TOC navigation to prior slides after resuming only works correctly once the project is uploaded as a SCORM package to an LMS with reporting on every slide enabled.  It will not work in live preview.

 

This was documented exactly nowhere that I could find, but Adobe support was able to reproduce the issue and also confirm that once uploaded to an LMS, the TOC functions exactly as expected.

 

Cheers...

 

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