I am learning Adobe Captivate, so bear with me. In the instructional pieces I purchased, the instructor inserts a Click Box from the Interactions menu. A reddish box automatically appears with the click box, and it's the Failure Notice box where you would type in "Try Again" or whatever to let the learner know his answer wasn't correct.
When I insert the Click Box, no Failure Notice box appears. While I can clearly find some other types of text boxes, I don't see another option where I can add a Failure Notice box if one doesn't automatically appear.
It might be noteworthy that I am within a 30 day trial of Captivate, so it's possible that I don't have full functionality, but I don't know why something like Failure Notices would be disabled.
Thanks in advance for any help you can offer. While I am proficient at Premiere Pro and Power Point, I am still learning Captivate, so thanks for your patience.
Try double-clicking the Click Box. Once you do that the Properties panel should present itself. And from the Properties panel you should be able to enable the failure caption.
Hi Stacey, that is strange because default setup of a Click box is to have 3 possible feedback captions (or shapes if you choose that in Preferences, which is the case in this screenshot): Success, Failure, Hint. Check also the number of attempts in the Properties panel, Actions tab. Default is Infinite, but you can reduce that number.