Adobe Captivate 3 Question: Is There an Easy Way to Capture Quiz Data?
Is there an EASY way to store Captivate 3 score data to a csv/txt file to my local drive?
Sorry to say, but without an LMS there simply is no elegant way to capture the quiz results other than email attachments (which, if you read the Captivate user forums, can be unreliable). If you are able to get the quiz results as an attachment, our CaptivateMyData utility does make it simple to parse the emailed quiz results into Access, Excel or a text file.
Adobe Captivate 3 Question: Is There an Auto Run for the Mac?
My company works mainly on Mac computers. How can I make a CD work without having to explain which file to choose from to view the lesson? Is there any other way to make an autorun for Mac?
I know that Adobe will be creating a Macintosh version of Captivate at some point after version 4 for the PC is released. I would expect an auto run feature to be included in the Macintosh version. For now, a Google search returned a few promising results such as this.
Adobe Captivate 3 Question: Can I Add a Mouse "After the Fact?"
Is there any way to add a mouse cursor with movement after I bring JPEG images into Captivate for use as slide backgrounds?
Yes. You can right-click any slide and choose Mouse > Show Mouse to add a slide onto any imported background.
Adobe Captivate 3 Question: Captivate and Linux?
I'm currently working on a project in which we need to create demos and interactive tutorials on a workstation that runs Red Hat Enterprise Linux WS4 (64-bit). Captivate does not appear to work on Linux. Are you aware of any other software that runs on Linux that would do the same kinds of things as Captivate?
I'm afraid I don't use Linux. However, a quick Google search found a few hits including this one.