Speed up your authoring by drastically reducing the number of steps required to use images as buttons in your eLearning course. Captivate allows you to add any image or an SVG to your course and directly use it as a button.
Define actions or advanced actions and assign them to the button in a few simple steps.
Only rather simple SVGs can be edited in Captivate, and only the Fill, never the stroke. But roundtripping with Adobe Illustrator is really easy, which allows full control over editing SBGs. More important is the fact that you can restrict the clickable area of a SVG to the SVG itself instead of the usual boundary box. Padding in the bouncary box can also be very useful. I created two examples where the restriction of the clickable area was used, which was impossible before this version 11.5:
What I'd really like to see is support for native Illustrator files, with SVG conversion not happening until final publishing.