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Once a published, were does custom Javascript end up?

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I'm adding advanced actions with custom Javascript.  However, editing it in the Captivate IDE and republishing to tetst is time consuming.  I was trying to look got javascript in the published assets, but have had no luck.  Where does this code end up once a project is published?

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Once a published, were does custom Javascript end up?

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I'm adding advanced actions with custom Javascript.  However, editing it in the Captivate IDE and republishing to tetst is time consuming.  I was trying to look got javascript in the published assets, but have had no luck.  Where does this code end up once a project is published?

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You'll probably find it all buried inside the CPM.js file in the HTML5 output folders.

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Your best bet is to put JavaScript in an external file and place in the the Captivate templates with an include in the index.html.

Much easier to edit and it will be there when publishing and previewing html5 in the browser.

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