Recently I published a blog about what seems to be 'hot' topic: how to replay a slide, how to reset a slide. That blog didn't include an example file.
When coaching a training I often use Captivate tutorials, more than videos. This particular topic needs such an interactive approach, to allow to experiment, to get a 'feeling' of the difference between Replay and Reset (with or without an On Enter action). For learners I provide the cptx-file. Here I will only share the HTML5 published output.
You will see that I borrowed design elements from the Quick Start Project 'Safety'. The interactions were created from scratch.
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After a short rehearsal of terminology and the step-by-step workflows you'll be able to see 4 different examples:
Slide 5 which is only based on the Timeline: staggered objects and effects.
The info button will show you the Timeline and a relevant part of the Advanced Interaction panel
This slide is followed by a T/F quiz slide to check your observations.
Slide 7: click/reveal slide, using multistate objects. The info button shows you the same information as for slide 5
This slide is followed by a MCQ slide with multiple correct answers, to check what you learned.
Both quiz slides are Knowledge Check slides. If you want to cheat you can go back to the previous slide. Navigation by TOC is also possible. The TOC is in overlay mode.
- Slide 9 : flipcard slide (with thanks to the QSP Alliance). Rather simple but worth seeing the difference between Replay and Reset.
- Slide 10: Drag&Drop slide set up as Knowledge Check slide.
You may detect several techniques like Forced view, which need using some user variables. Quiz slides do not use the default two-step Submit process, but show a Continue button when the Submit button has been clicked.
You can watch the embedded version, or use this link to play a scalable version. I recommend to use the link. The embedded version seems to have long loading times.
You may have missed animations in the tutorial. There is a reason. While it used to be possible to Reset an animation, that feature is broken in the version 11.5.1. At least for the animated GIF which I created. I have already been searching since a couple of weeks for a workaround without success. I will create an OAM as well, to check if has the same issues. Too bad, it was a fun animation: