March 20, 2018
How to change object state after visiting a slide in a project
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March 20, 2018
How to change object state after visiting a slide in a project
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Hello !

I would like to use advanced action in Adobe Captivate:

How to change object state after visiting a slide in a project :

  • In a test project I have  2 slides :

1) intro

2) with an object

  • My “black” smartshape has 2 others states : one pink color (state call ok), an other blue color (state call ko)

  • I create an advanced action, conditionnel : like this :
    • “if: cpInfoLastVisitedSlide is egal to “intro” (name of my first slide, I test number 1 or intro, but doesn’t work anymore
    • Actions: change state to my smartshape to ok
    • Else : change state to my smarthape to ko…

  • I add my advanced action call ‘ok” when the slide open

But it doesn’t work, my smartshape always turn to blue color state ‘ko’ and not pink color : ok…

I would like to apply this kind of action in project to change the state of object after the learner visite specific slide.

Thank’s for the help !

Chris

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2018-03-22 15:39:52
2018-03-22 15:39:52

Thank you for the post, print screens, and mentioning Paul’s resource. I booked marked for future use.

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2018-03-22 15:43:18
2018-03-22 15:43:18
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No problem Chandra !

That’s what we call “Commununity ,or social, Learning’ in France.

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2018-03-21 09:32:38
2018-03-21 09:32:38

Then, I create a first advanced action in this way :
– Incremente variable by 1
– Go to next slide
Adding this script to a next button in the first slide.

And, finally, I change the advanced conditionnal action by
if intro variable is up to 0 so change the state..

That’s working.

Chris

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2018-03-21 09:24:15
2018-03-21 09:24:15

Hi everyone,
I answer to my own question, because

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2018-03-21 09:26:15
2018-03-21 09:26:15
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Christophe TILLIER
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Sorry (keyboard issue)

(..) because I find the solution, by viewing a video recorded by Paul Wilson..

So I propose how create a user variable call “intro” = 0.

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