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Fatal Error while publishing in Captivate 2019

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We are trying to publish a file in SWF/HTML, and also using SCORM 1.2 for publishing.

Trying to create SWF and HTML together is giving me the error as seen in the screenshot. We want to make it compatible with the LMS.

One solution I have for this is to copy all the slides with audio and animation to a new source file and publish. This is still tricky, as I have some rework on the small setting completed on each slide. The audio was coming up well on all slides.

Is there another resolution to this? is this a known error.

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Fatal Error while publishing in Captivate 2019

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We are trying to publish a file in SWF/HTML, and also using SCORM 1.2 for publishing.

Trying to create SWF and HTML together is giving me the error as seen in the screenshot. We want to make it compatible with the LMS.

One solution I have for this is to copy all the slides with audio and animation to a new source file and publish. This is still tricky, as I have some rework on the small setting completed on each slide. The audio was coming up well on all slides.

Is there another resolution to this? is this a known error.

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Flash Player will be dead soon in all browsers. I already recommended last year never to publish to both SWF and HTML5 in one publishing action. Since EOL of Flash player was announced  years ago, version for SWF and HTML5 became rather different. Of course the focus of the team is only on HTML5 at this moment. Can you publish to HTML5 only? Do you see differences with F11 and F12 Previews?

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Thanks for replying.

We will be eventually moving on to the HTML files. Although the above solution worked for us to make the file functional.

That allowed me to put a thought to the way of working with Captivate source files. Can we have two separate Captivate source files merge into one single file without the fear of loosing any animation or scripts (click to reveal, interactions etc)?

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That is a pretty difficult question to answer. You can copy/paste slides between open files. If by 'animations' you mean Effects applied to objects, time-based, no problem. However when you are talking about advanced actions, the answer is less clear. I would need to see those actions. Personally I prefer to use Shared actions whenever possible, because it makes it a lot easier to reuse the action in another projects. Main problem is the unique ID (name) needed for each object. When pasting in a new project, the smart labeling will create a new name which is similar to the original, but not the same. That means that actions can be broken if they are advanced actions. Easy to fix with shared actions, lot more cumbersome with advanced actions. Another problem are actions triggered by On Enter slide events.

Please, do not publish to SWF anymore, EOL of Flash player is really imminent.

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