Archive for the ‘Tutorials’ Category

The Avatar-Gravatar Mystery: SOLVED

Posted on: April 27th, 2012 by Edward No Comments

Why is it that some issues you try to get information or resolutions for, you just can’t seem to get a straight answer…you go to one site and the content is written for geeks…you go to another site and they parse out information like it’s understood that you “should be able to fill-in-the-blanks.” My quest […]

Open External Files in Native App from Flash Projector

Posted on: April 18th, 2012 by Edward 10 Comments

  This post will show you how to open an external file in its native application from a Flash projector file. Of course, this can only work if you or your end-user has the appropriate application installed for the file to be opened or you’ll receive an error or depending on your OS, nothing will […]

The IE “Viewport” and Lightbox Issue

Posted on: April 14th, 2012 by Edward No Comments

Lightbox does not fill the browser window! Do you have a Lightbox image viewer on your website? If you do, chances are, if it’s not the latest version, the background doesn’t work properly in Internet Explorer. This is especially true if you have a PHP, ASP or .NET application. The problem is the Internet Explorer ”viewport.” […]

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 […]