5 Replies Latest reply on Oct 15, 2008 11:07 AM by Newsgroup_User

    .NET/AJAX Chipmunk

    peng_tzu
      I'm using the latest version of captivate to create a demo of a new web app that we developed in .NET, using some AJAX widgets. When amouse click in the web app creates a pop-up window -- a dialog box -- (so, on the AJAX response when I click the button to access that window) the audio portion of the Captivate recording speeds up and I sound like a chipmunk. Any ideas?
        • 1. Re: .NET/AJAX Chipmunk
          Level 7
          > I'm using the latest version of captivate to create a demo of a new web
          > app
          > that we developed in .NET, using some AJAX widgets. When amouse click in
          > the
          > web app creates a pop-up window -- a dialog box -- (so, on the AJAX
          > response
          > when I click the button to access that window) the Captivate recording
          > speeds
          > up and I sound like a chipmunk. Any ideas?
          >


          Shouldn't happen - but you know that already. Did you try it on another
          machine? In a different browser? Are you trying to control the Captivate
          movie at all with the results of any of your AJAX stuff?

          Steve


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          • 2. Re: .NET/AJAX Chipmunk
            peng_tzu Level 1
            Thanks for the response! I don't have access to Captivate on any other PCs, but I can view the published Flash file on other PCs, and it has the same issue. As far as the Ajax web app, it doesn't try to control or integrate with Captivate. Any other thoughts or suggestions?
            • 3. Re: .NET/AJAX Chipmunk
              Level 7
              > Thanks for the response! I don't have access to Captivate on any other
              > PCs, but
              > I can view the published Flash file on other PCs, and it has the same
              > issue. As
              > far as the Ajax web app, it doesn't try to control or integrate with
              > Captivate.
              > Any other thoughts or suggestions?
              >

              If it's happening on all machines, then I guess there is some sort of
              corruption.

              Try copy/pasting your Captivate slides into a new file.
              If that files, try deleting the offending content and rerecoring.
              If that still fails, try a brand new file.

              Sorry - I've nothing more satisfying to suggest.

              Steve


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              • 4. Re: .NET/AJAX Chipmunk
                peng_tzu Level 1
                We got another copy of Captivate for a different PC -- and it doesn't exhibit the same problem. Meanwhile, on the original PC, I tried all your suggestions without success. It's a Dell Optiplex (an older mini desktop) trying to be a high-end workstation, so it's not a big surprise that there's a problem. Anyway, thanks for your helpful answers!
                • 5. Re: .NET/AJAX Chipmunk
                  Level 7
                  > We got another copy of Captivate for a different PC -- and it doesn't
                  > exhibit
                  > the same problem. Meanwhile, on the original PC, I tried all your
                  > suggestions
                  > without success. It's a Dell Optiplex (an older mini desktop) trying to be
                  > a
                  > high-end workstation, so it's not a big surprise that there's a problem.
                  > Anyway, thanks for your helpful answers!
                  >

                  Weird. Sounds like a very odd corruption. At least you managed to find a
                  workaround.

                  Steve


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                  Adobe Community Expert: eLearning, Mobile and Devices
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