- [Instructor] In the previous video, … you learned how to implement forced navigation. … Now let's see a workflow to implement forced linear … navigation where the learners need … to click the buttons in a sequential order. … They are allowed to move only in a linear fashion, … but once they have clicked the buttons, … they can randomly click them again in any order. … Now, close the preview and go to slide three. … On this slide, we have a click to replace interaction, … with buttons on the left, and the content area on the right. … The buttons have the inbuilt visited state added … and a custom active state. … And in the content area, we have the content related … to all the steps of Surya Namakaskar. … We need to first disable step two through step 12 … so that only step one is accessible … when you first enter the slide, and some visual indication … that only the first button is clickable. … We will do that by changing the state of step one to active. … For that, we need to write an advanced action, …
- Adding interactive videos
- Creating a virtual reality (VR) project
- Adding 360-degree slides to normal projects
- Adding hotspots and questions
- Building simple and complex interactions
- Adding accessibility text
- Assigning keyboard shortcuts
- Adding audio and video closed captions
Skill Level Advanced
Adobe Captivate for Systems Trainingwith Anastasia McCune2h 56m Intermediate
Adobe Captivate 2017: Animations and Effectswith Pooja Jaisingh1h 18m Intermediate
1. Interactive Videos
2. Virtual Reality Projects and 360-Degree Slides
3. Custom Interactions: Simple
4. Custom Interactions: Complex
5. Enable Accessibility
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