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Aug 07, 2020

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I'm working in Adobe Captivate 2019. The Learning Interaction Image Zoom works fine in the editor, but stops working when it's published. The only way I have found to make it work is to publish as both HTML5 and SWF and to host it to a server. The issue is that we're moving away from SWF.

 

Is there any way to make this work as just HTML5? If not, will Adobe be updating Captivate to allow this? SWF will not be supported for long, and Captivate feels like an application that Adobe is neglecting.

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I'm working in Adobe Captivate 2019. The Learning Interaction Image Zoom works fine in the editor, but stops working when it's published. The only way I have found to make it work is to publish as both HTML5 and SWF and to host it to a server. The issue is that we're moving away from SWF.

 

Is there any way to make this work as just HTML5? If not, will Adobe be updating Captivate to allow this? SWF will not be supported for long, and Captivate feels like an application that Adobe is neglecting.

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Aug 09, 2020

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Did you upload to a webserver after publishing for testing or did you just test locally? Which browser(s) did you try?

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Nov 18, 2020

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I have just tried this and reproduced the issue in FireFox. I also exported to SCORM Cloud. The widget tooltip is "Widget: ImageZoom.swf" so that probably explains why.

Hopefully this will be updated for HTML5.

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All learning interactions were originally created as SWF, but have been made compatible with HTML output. Not sure what is going on for this one, I rarely use it.

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I did search here (and your blog but might have missed the relevant information!) yesterday for other options. I know I can add a zoom effect but this is time limited. The functionality of the widget is good, if only it would work in HTML5. I have opened a ticket with support about this so hopefully will hear back soon. When I do, I will update this thread.

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Image Zoom is one of the more recent interactions, would be astonished if it didn't work for HTML5 output. I didn't test all interactions in-dept, but expected that it would work like the other ones - some of them being much older. Waiting for the answer of Adobe.

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