Adobe Captivate 2019 22.214.171.1249 Patch [Full] PATCHED
As you begin to use Adobe Captivate, you are likely to find that some of the out-of-the-box components arent exactly what you need. The below list includes some of the common enhancements provided by Adobe Captivate. Not all the components and features are available in all versions of the Captivate application.
Adobe Captivate 2019 126.96.36.1999 Patch [Full]
Your favorite shortcut key still works for all of the above toggling actions: Ctrl+Alt+K, F4, etc. But now, when you press a combination of the key that lets you hide or show layers, Captivate will tell you. You can just enter Ctrl+Alt+K, F4 to hide/show all layers, you can enter Ctrl+Alt+K, F5 to hide/show all but one layer, or you can use Ctrl+Alt+K, F6 to hide/show all but two layers. One of the most important things about the layer control is you can now specify a default, global filter bar. If you press Ctrl+Alt+F5, youll see all of your layers, and their container, and a drop down box with your custom settings. Choose this as your default, and all the pages in your Captivate project will use that default filter.
This is a small but important feature. Youre probably aware that the Ribbon is used to control the hotspots on your interface. The way you interact with your interface is largely done using those hotspots. For example, when youre running a student on the desktop, you probably have a mouse or a touch monitor there so you can click on a hotspot and control how that student runs the lecture, slides, and so on. But on a mobile device, there is not nearly as much interaction as using those hotspots. If Captivate lets you add a button using any hotspot, and your users can click on that button to perform an action, you are now able to close the gaps between your mobile UI and your desktop UI.