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I have experienced the same. Seems to be a legitimate bug.
Hi CapTry and welcome to our community
I too tested and see the behavior you are reporting. I'd say the workaround for now is to simply use a utility to rescale the image prior to importing.
Additionally, you and others that see this should probably report it as a bug via the link below:
Click here to visit the WishForm/Bug Report page
How are bugs, such as these, handled by Adobe? Do they release updates to handle these bugs? If so, how often do they do that? This feature is crucial for my use and need to know if I can rely on a fix being available soon. Thanks.
Once a significant number of bugs (and fixes) are accumulated, a update release is compiled. how often and when is up to Adobe, and how significant the bugs are. For comparison, remmebr XP? First service pack was out right after XP was rleeased, second service pack took a lot longer.
I tried this and found a workaround for this problem. First insert the image. If the image does not come, check your library. Drag the image from the library to the slide. It seems for some reason, Captivate 2, is not able to attach the image to the slide during intial insert. But things works fine when you drag them from library to the stage.
Thanks. That helped. But I have another problem. The inserted images have a orange tinge when I play the file. But if I open the properties dialog for the inserted image and close it (even without making any changes), then the slides show properly. The transparency is set 0% and I am not changing it when I open the properties dialog. This seems to be another bug in Captivate 2.0.
I wouldn't mind opening and closing the properties dialog for the image as a workaround, but it takes about 45 - 60 secs to open and close the properties dialog for a single image. I have new dual core 2 GHz machine with 2 GB RAM, 10K RPM hard disk with space to boot and Video card with 512 MB RAM. Pretty much the best you can buy in the market now. So hardware is not a issue. I am pretty frustrated with how slow Captivate responds to everything. Is this something Captivate users are used to and that I have to live with? Thanks.