Archive for April 13th, 2012

Captivate Advanced Actions: the “Untitled” bar

Posted on: April 13th, 2012 by Edward 4 Comments

This is definitely one of those posts that needs to impress upon the lack of support from the Adobe help files. I couldn’t find a thing useful to help me with Captivate Advanced Actions. Quite frankly, the help files don’t do more than define what something is…not one iota of information on how to use […]

Using Flash as GUI for Captivate E-Learning

Posted on: April 13th, 2012 by Edward 2 Comments

A while back I was given the task of creating an E-Learning courseware product. The product was to contain three separate courses, each with 10 modules and each module was to end with a quiz. On completing a course, the user could then take an exam…then, upon passing the exam, the user would then be […]

The Trouble with Adobe: the “EASY” myth

Posted on: April 13th, 2012 by Edward 1 Comment

I guess, whenever I have a blog post about anything Adobe, I should start off with how “unhelpful” the help docs are and how misleading the “easy to do stuff” rhetoric is…AND THIS APPLIES TO ALL ADOBE PRODUCTS… I have been using Adobe products for more than 15 years…and I have yet to meet an […]