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How to automatically continue a Captivate slide show containing an Animate web-object?

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Jul 30, 2020

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Hi,

    I have an Adobe Animate .oam on a Captivate slide.

I am trying to find a way to automatically move to the next slide when the Animate web-object completes it's animation timeline.

Is there something I need to add within the Animate project (javascript) to somehow communiate with the parent Captivate project to move to the next slide, or is there some option in Captivate that can detect when the Animate Web-object has completed?

Thanks for any advice!

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Correct answer by TLCMediaDesign | Adobe Community Professional

This JS will do it:

 

window.parent.window.cpCmndNextSlide = 1;

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How to automatically continue a Captivate slide show containing an Animate web-object?

Explorer ,
Jul 30, 2020

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Hi,

    I have an Adobe Animate .oam on a Captivate slide.

I am trying to find a way to automatically move to the next slide when the Animate web-object completes it's animation timeline.

Is there something I need to add within the Animate project (javascript) to somehow communiate with the parent Captivate project to move to the next slide, or is there some option in Captivate that can detect when the Animate Web-object has completed?

Thanks for any advice!

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Correct answer by TLCMediaDesign | Adobe Community Professional

This JS will do it:

 

window.parent.window.cpCmndNextSlide = 1;

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This JS will do it:

 

window.parent.window.cpCmndNextSlide = 1;

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