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When you click Asset Panel on the toolbar, the panel appears empty.
When you try to download characters from the Discover tab, a blank screen appears. The file gets downloaded in the Temp folder; you cannot open the file.
Delete the following folders from C:\Users\Public\Documents\Adobe\eLearning Assets.
Update to the latest version of Captivate.
Delete the following folders from Documents > My Adobe Captivate Projects > Adobe > eLearning Assets.
Update to the latest version of Captivate.
Captivate crashes or freezes if you try to insert any character from the Asset Panel.
If you are on Windows, unzip and replace the file CaptivateUI.dll file in C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Captivate 2019 x64.
Note: Take a backup of the file before replacing it.
If you are on MacOS, follow the workaround below:
Instead of clicking the file, mouse over the Download button, and then click the size that you want to download.
Thanks for your suggested fix, but this is not working for me. I have downloaded the assetsPanel fix and ollowed all instruction but this did not help. I have also downloaded proxy sever fix you suggested elsewhere but this also did not work.
Kindly help fix this, I am not able to preview on browser and also not able to open the assets panel - curious though, the discover tab work well. It is only the assets tab and download tab that dont open.
I am using Windows 10 latest build
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The AssetPanel.js did not work. Please advise further
Is there any way to download assets via a webpage? There are quite a few useful assets that I want to download, but seems I can't get this working!!
Though the Assets panel is loading and all looks good, but the moment I click on Insert, it goes into loading and then nothing happens. I then need to shift to the Discover / Downloads tab and Cancel to close the panel.
I am also having this problem and after following all of these instructions, nothing has changed. I still get the blank "Blank Download" screen and am unable to successfully download new characters. Is there anything else that can be tried after following these steps and are using the most current version 11.5.1?
I am having this same problem with my work computer. The Assets Panel works just fine on my home computer. I think the firewall at work is somehow blocking access. I tried the fix, but it didn't work. Thanks for the information. I don't think the information you gave is the problem. The problem is the firewall. It always put a damper on everything. So glad I have Captivate on my home computer.
Same issue. Work computer Asset screen is blank, home Mac -- asset and every other function works. Please advise on how to get this issue resolved.
Did you ever get this working? My employer's IT Department has a firewall that is blocking access for me. The Assets Panel is working fine on my personal computer. So frustrating!
THIS DOES NOT WORK!
Well it's obvious something isn't working for you, but it works fine for most other people.
Are you actually interested in getting any help or did you just want to SHOUT at the people who might help you?
If you want help, give useful details that could be used to debug the issue.
I'm also having problems with this today.
I try to update, it says I'm up to date.
I tried the fix on this page, still no show.
I uninstalled, then reinstalled, but still nothing.
@nanner888: You mention that you tried the fix on this page, but there are actually several suggested fixes on this page. The suggestions given by Saurav from Adobe include resetting preferences, installing a patched AssetPanel.js file, and replacing the CaptivateUI.dll file. So, which of these have you tried?
Also, one of the main reasons people encounter issues with the Assets panel not showing any results is that the link to the resources there is being blocked by a firewall. Firewall or antivirus settings can be changed without warning, especially if you work for a large organisation that has its own IT department managing such things.
So, could I ask, did the Assets panel work for you previously but then stopped working today? Or has it never worked for you?
Have you checked with your IT department to ask them to check the logs for their firewall to see if your user ID is being blocked from accessing certain URLs? Those might be the URLs required to view content on the Assets panel.
Hi, I did try both the AssetPanel.js and the CaptivateUI.dll from this thread. There shouldn't be any problems with my firewall, as I am doing this from my personal computer. And yes, the Assets panel did previously work for me. I am really lost.
@nanner888: If the assets panel worked previously then something has changed. I may not be related to anything on your own system but could also be something at the other end. The web server that delivers the assets to your Captivate window may be down.
I am seeing the same issue on my own system at the moment. So, my guess is that this is something wrong at Adobe's end and they will be the only ones that can resolve the issue.
Thank you. While I'm not trained in computer stuff, I'm not usually helpless. I will try my best to work around it while I wait for Adobe.
Whoever named you, named you correctly. I'm not the only one with these problems and all of the problems that I am experiencing have been asked and NOT addressed by the community effectively so I am trying to RE-ENGAGE anyone. Unfortunately, it seems i'm only attracting online adobe hobbyist who has nothing better to do than to antagonize someone who is really struggling with this software.
@Seekered: I think you misunderstand how this forum works. Unless the name of the person indicates they are an Adobe Employee, the people providing assistance on this forum are mostly unpaid volunteers. Abusing them will not result in kinder treatment or greater willingness to help you. If you want Adobe to help you, then phone them directly.
@RodWard I understand how this forum works and it is my perogative if I decide that the best way to contribute to it is by clearly idenitfying on multiple threads that these issues are STILL not resolved for many people. I think that this information is valuable for everyone in my shoes, people who'd like to inquire and help, OR Adobe if one of the "few" employees happen to engage. Not everyone in this community is funded by a large corporation they can fall back on if they are having problems and I will absolutely be calling Adobe for help. Thanks Rod.
@Seekered the community is made up of users just like you. Rod is a respected member of this community who has helped thousands of users. Badgering him with hateful messages like this one will not be tolerated. Community members who offer assistance do so on a voluntary basis and are not obligated to assist you, especially if the solution to your issue isn't known.
If you require Adobe Technical Support please reach out to them.
P.S. Both Rod and I are freelance elearning designers, developers and not backed by some large corporation.
@Paul Wilson CTDP At no point have I demanded anyone to assist me and if something i've said is so hateful it should be removed by a moderator anyway. It was Rod who seemed to be persistent in badgering a new user with inflammatory and useless remarks from the start. Yes, some of my comments when I was frustrated were uncalled for but this situation could have been avoided if I could delete my comments but this forum (like other Adobe products) has flaws. I appreciate the help in the other section and look forward to further elearning.
Not using ALL CAPS in your 'requests' for assistance might help to clear up the confusion about whether or not you are 'demanding' something.
If you acknowledge your own comments were uncalled for then by all mean apologize for them. Blaming everyone else for your frustration and the way you have handled it does not excuse it.
And...please be aware that the people that might have helped you on the other thread you started about this issue are the same people you've been insulting on this one.
This issue with the Assets panel now appears to be something at Adobe's end. Possibly a server down. So, if you just use a little patience you may find that it resolves itself once Adobe support techs become aware of it.
UPDATE: Looks like the assets panel server is now working again. My system sees it fine. Hopefully everyone else will too. But some word from Adobe about what happened here would be very welcome.