I have an idea that I want to explore and I am hoping the community can assist me in this.
I have done a search and I have watched few different options for this, but I am not finding exactly what I have in my mind. It is hard to get the entire idea out in text format, but I will try. Let me first say that I have tried a few things, but I haven’t been able to get it to work so far.
The best example I can reference is from Paul Wilson. He has done a flip card that does what I am looking to do, but it is an automatic flip. I am looking for it to be user generated, so when a user clicks a card, it visibly rotates and shows the other side and content. There are other applications that already do this, and I have seen a couple of templates that do something similar, but not as smoothly as I would like to. I have asked Paul for his thoughts on his post, but it is a bit older, so he may not see it, which is why I am posting to ask the question here (not pushing Paul by any means).
Anyway, that is what I would like to do and any suggestions anyone can provide would be greatly appreciated.
Again, thanks as always for the help.
Here is an updated version of what you’re talking about. https://youtu.be/u4NkEVKBL0g
What additional steps would you need to take with the advance actions you created if you didn’t wanted someone to advance until they selected all 4 cards?
What additional steps/actions would need to be taken so that you must flip all the cards before a ‘next’ button would display allowing you to advance the lesson? What would the advanced action have to look like?
Please have a look at this blog post. I already posted this in my previous answer, but you have missed it.
It was part of the presentation I delivered at the 2020 conference. That presentation used the flip card workflow, including a Forced view (which is what you want) as central theme. I doubt that the videos are still available here… sorry
Dedicated to you Jonathan: https://youtu.be/jagtxSmwpY4
I presented about different ways to improve a Flipcard interaction from one of the Quick Start Projects in the presentation ‘Deep dive into Captivate…’ from the June conference. It is still available under the EL World button in this community. My conclusion was that a Shared action is the best way to have a flexible Flip Card to be used in multiple projects. Presentation is about 30 minutes.
The blog I published later, to explain more in-depth the actions (presentation too short for this), can be found under this link:
I took a look at your post and there is some great information here. I have bookmarked to remember where to find it. I think I cam possibly use this for other actions as well, but that will take some trial on my part.
Appreciate the help.