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Lieve Weymeis
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Civil engineer, consultant/trainer, classical flute player, Adobe Education Leader, ACE Captivate; passionate about all tools to improve learning experiences (such as eLearning authoring tools, social media)
Civil engineer, consultant/trainer, classical flute player, Adobe Education Leader, ACE Captivate; passionate about all tools to improve learning experiences (such as eLearning authoring tools, social media)

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If you have to create Captivate eLearning assets respecting brand colors and design rules, you can choose to create either a custom theme or a custom template. You are hesitating about that choice? I tried to clarify the difference in this new post:
http://blog.lilybiri.com/whats-in-a-theme-a-template

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With version 9.0.1, Adobe Captivate finally adopted the Adobe Rulers and Guides, a long awaited feature! In this blog post, I show some possible use cases while developing Captivate courses, themes and templates:
http://blog.lilybiri.com/guides-rule

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Drag&Drop has enhancements in version 9 of Adobe Captivate. In this new blog post I explain the new InBuilt states for Drag sources and Drop targets: possibilities and limitations. Have a look at:

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Out of the box Captivate is not providing a Replay Slide button. In this blog post I describe two possible scenarios, and provide a simple, shared action that you can use for all your projects.

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Timesaver in #AdobeCaptivate  9 for Toggle buttons. Try out this work flow, using a single shared action to create toggles for totally different purposes.

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Posted my first reflections about the new release of Captivate. It is certainly not a complete review, more to follow...

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Courtesy to Adobe, I can offer you a free personal guidance session (30 minutes)  at Las Vegas on 29th and 30th of September (Adobe Learning Summit - DevLearn). Number of appointments is limited, first come first scheduled. More details and registration form on my blog:

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It is very strange, but there is very little published about Shared Actions, new feature in #AdobeCaptivate  since version 7. In many use cases they should be preferred over advanced actions. This blog post shows an example of a MatchStick game, where shared as well as advanced actions are used depending on the situation.
http://blog.lilybiri.com/matchstick-game-shared-actions

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In follow-up of the descriptive table with Learning Interactions which I published some weeks ago, you'll find in this new post a typical use case for the dropdown interaction, its associated variable and its new possibility to control the display by an action. Have a look at:
http://blog.lilybiri.com/dropdown-interaction-tips

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Captivate 8 ships with a bunch of Learning interactions, new name for widgets that are compatible with HTML5 output. Documentation in the official Adobe documents is scarce. In this blog post I offer a free descriptive table, divided in my personal categories, and some tips for using the interactions. The usual included movie illustrates using some new features of the Checkbox and Radiobutton interactions, that make them superior to the former widgets with the same name. Have a look at:
http://blog.lilybiri.com/tips-learning-interactions
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