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Oct 29, 2018

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Adobe Captivate Version 11.0.1 HTML5 output seems to put a quotation mark in the metadata (aka HEAD) section for no apparent reason.  Will removing this have any unexpected side effects?

Given my experience with Captivate thus far, I assume this is a bug, but it's also possible I'm using it wrong.

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Correct answer by RodWard | Adobe Community Professional

Interesting.  Captivate 9's HTML template did not have this, but it appeared in Captivate 2017 here:

TypeKitID.png

And something else got added in Cp 2019

TypeKitID2019.png

I think you may be right that the double quotes after the TypeKit ID are in fact a bug.  I can think of no reason why they would need to be there.

If so, it's easy enough to remove them from the template, but it would be good for you to log this bug in the Adobe Bug Reporting form so that future updates don't put it back.

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Extraneous quotation mark in HTML5 index.html

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Adobe Captivate Version 11.0.1 HTML5 output seems to put a quotation mark in the metadata (aka HEAD) section for no apparent reason.  Will removing this have any unexpected side effects?

Given my experience with Captivate thus far, I assume this is a bug, but it's also possible I'm using it wrong.

Screen Shot 2018-10-29 at 10.17.04 PM.png

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Correct answer by RodWard | Adobe Community Professional

Interesting.  Captivate 9's HTML template did not have this, but it appeared in Captivate 2017 here:

TypeKitID.png

And something else got added in Cp 2019

TypeKitID2019.png

I think you may be right that the double quotes after the TypeKit ID are in fact a bug.  I can think of no reason why they would need to be there.

If so, it's easy enough to remove them from the template, but it would be good for you to log this bug in the Adobe Bug Reporting form so that future updates don't put it back.

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Interesting.  Captivate 9's HTML template did not have this, but it appeared in Captivate 2017 here:

TypeKitID.png

And something else got added in Cp 2019

TypeKitID2019.png

I think you may be right that the double quotes after the TypeKit ID are in fact a bug.  I can think of no reason why they would need to be there.

If so, it's easy enough to remove them from the template, but it would be good for you to log this bug in the Adobe Bug Reporting form so that future updates don't put it back.

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