September 18, 2019
Scalable HTML Content Unchecked (Oh No!)
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September 18, 2019
Scalable HTML Content Unchecked (Oh No!)
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We are planning to make our corporate training available through a mobile app.  However, we realized at some point the Scalable HTML Content option was not checked.  Not sure when it was unchecked, but it happened not only for my Captivate, but for all of our associates who use Captivate.  We are not sure now which projects were published with scaling on or off.

Is there something inside the SCORM zip file I can look at that tells me if the project was published with the Scalable HTML Content option turned on?  We’ve determined in the past that looking at something in the published SCORM package is quicker than trying to test all those courses on a cell phone.

Thanks for any help you can give me.

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2019-09-19 16:12:54
2019-09-19 16:12:54

Thanks Lieve.  That’s a great suggestion and will make it faster.

Unfortunately, we just updated a large percentage of our Captivate and Storyline content to make it HTML5 only.  I think that’s when the setting was unchecked.  Thanks for looking into this for us.  I’m sure we can’t be the only ones with this issue.

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2019-09-19 16:30:50
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You are the first to post this type of question…. I am daily on social media and read almost all posted questions, cannot remember anyone before you about this problem.

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2019-09-19 07:21:29
2019-09-19 07:21:29

Will try to find time to check it out. Just want to pop in because you don’t need to test on phone to check, just rescale the browser on desktop/laptop to check if course is scalable.  In most instances the browser window on modern monitors will have a bigger resolution than the resolution of the Captivate course. If it is not scalable, it will not fill the browser window.

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