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SYMPTOM: Flash content (i.e. created with Captivate or Articulate Presenter/QuizMaker) or any Object-based content is either not visible or causes the following error in Internet Explorer: Security Information This page contains both secure and nonse...
SYMPTOM: Captivate 5 content displays black screen, white screen and/or text animations do not work CAUSE: There was an update to Flash Player version 10.1.102.64, which causes Captivate 5 SWFs with Text animations to either fail to run or show a bl...
SYMPTOM: SCORM data including completion status, success status, objective or interaction data is not completely saved after closing a SCO. CAUSE: The SCO is queuing the data stream to the LMS, but the SCO has been closed before all of the queued da...
SYMPTOM: Your Captivate lesson is not passing any scoring value back to the LMS and/or is being reported as not SCORM compliant by the LMS. CAUSE: Captivate requires at least one 'scored interaction' in order to properly track lesson status and to s...
SYMPTOM: The release of Internet Explorer 9 has created tracking issues for most content authoring tools. Captivate-created lessons do not resume properly, or quiz slides are not responsive. APPLIES TO: Articulate Quizmaker, Articulate Presenter and...
SYMPTOM: Captivate 5 reporting percentage scores incorrectly. BACKGROUND: Even if the reporting option is set to 'Percentage', Adobe Captivate 5 reports 'Scores' to LMS. For example, if 35 questions out of 70 were answered correctly by an elearner, ...
SYMPTOM: The release of IE 9 has created tracking issues for most content authoring tools. APPLIES TO: Articulate Quizmaker, Articulate Presenter and Adobe Captivate BACKGROUND: If you find that your lessons are not tracking as expected in the L...