Join Pooja Jaisingh for an in-depth discussion in this video Previewing the project, part of Adobe Captivate: Mobile Training Localization.
- [Instructor] Our geolocation course is ready.…Now it's time to preview and verify if the content…is loading properly.…Let's go to preview and select HTML5 in browser.…This option will allow you to see the locations…in an emulated environment.…Here, the course loads and on the left, you will find…the emulate geolocation controls.…Currently, I'm not in Chicago, in Seoul or in Spain,…that's why it shows me this screen where I need to pick…the language options.…
You can see on the left side, there's this dropdown…where you can select the locations and see how things work.…So if I were in Chicago, I would see this content…and the english course would load automatically for me.…If I happen to be in Seoul and open this course,…you can see that the course loads automatically,…and it doesn't ask me to pick any options.…This is a great way to create your branched courses…and take it to the next level.…
- Benefits of localization
- Preparing content for localization
- Using captions
- Using XML
- Modifying TOC, playbar, and quiz properties
- Creating a branched course
- Creating geolocation variables
- Writing a conditional action
- Executing a geolocation script
- Adding states to objects
- Replacing images and videos
- Replacing and synchronizing narration
Skill Level Advanced
1. Introduction to Localization
2. Create Multiple Courses
3. Create a Single-Branched Course
4. Create a Location-aware Course
5. Use Multistate Objects
6. Best Practices
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