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I need to create a slide where the user is picking up 5 values out of a list of 30 values ranking them in order of importance.
I was looking into using the sequence question option however I can only enter a max of 10 values...
I am new at Captivate so there might be a way to enter more values or a different approach that can meet my needs.
Hope you can help me
30 objects is quite a lot, but either of the drag and drop widgets would be able to handle this number of drag objects.
If the user is expected to place the 5 drag objects in a specific order, you need to set up 5 targets and assign one drag object to each target.
If there is NO specific order, but you just want the user to select 5 objects from the 30 and place them in any order, you can set up a single target object that is large enough to hold all 5 drag objects and then use the Smart Snapping option to have the drag objects automatically position themselves in a list on top of the target. The user can arrange the items in the list in any order they want just by dragging the objects around.
I just completed a webinar on the new Drag and Drop feature in Captivate 6. It's very impressive. The only problem is - I have eLearning Suite CS6.1 that includes Captivate 6 but it doesn't include the drag and drop feature. I can't find any information (so far) on when the eLearning Suite will be updated to include the new Captivate functionality.
The drag and drop feature is yet to come. The next update to 6.0 should have the drag and drop feature. Have you clarified whether its 6.1 or 6.0.1. Captivate 6.0.1 does not include the Native Drag and Drop functionality.