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Adobe Captivate Sneak Peek 04: Actors and Smart Learning Interactions

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Published on Jun 11, 2012

Dr. Allen Partridge Adobe eLearning Evangelist describes the sensational new 'out of the box' assets included in the forthcoming release of Adobe Captivate. In this short sneak, Partridge explains the HTML5 friendly assets and demonstrates their use in Adobe Captivate 6.

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AdobeELearning
You can change color in the interaction. You can format text by changing its font and font size. By this you can change the interactions according to the color theme of your project.
Tammy Moore
I love seeing the new interactions that come right out of the box. I wanted so much to grab the scroll bar and see what few were there at the bottom in the interactions library. I know we will be using several of those quite a bit Willing to tell us what was just below what we could see in the sneak peek? :0)
Mary Vivit
Way cool! I've been sharing these with my colleagues and tweeting. Thanks so much for the sneak peeks - great way to share snippets of the new version without inundating everyone with all the changes.
Bruno4557
Great news for sure. Not sure about the characters, but happy about the interactions. Any word on how much customization we can apply to the interactions theme? Can we create our own graphics for those themes and what not? 
MrElliott2
This looks awesome! As someone who works with e-learning, and developes high school materials, I am always looking for more interactive presentation methods.
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