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Is there any way to do changes on a publish captivate version ?

New Here ,
Feb 04, 2020 Feb 04, 2020

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Hello guys, I've been asked to do changes for an old elearning project. However, it seems that they have lost the adobe captivate file and they only have the publish version. Is there any way of doing the changes on the publish version itself ?

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 04, 2020 Feb 04, 2020
I'm sorry but the answer is negative. I suspect the output is to SWF where you cannot even extract assets as is the case for HTML5 output. If it is a very linear, simple project, you could consider to use Video Demo to record the published output and publish as a video. But all interactivity will be lost.

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I'm sorry but the answer is negative. I suspect the output is to SWF where you cannot even extract assets as is the case for HTML5 output.

If it is a very linear, simple project, you could consider to use Video Demo to record the published output and publish as a video. But all interactivity will be lost.

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Thanks for the response mate 

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