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I've tried both 'recording mode' and 'full motion recording', i've been going slow, trying all sorts of combinations any only twice (in 10 tries) have I got anything but a single blank slide, those two times i only got one or two slides out of possible ten. I reinstalled captivate and i updated, but nothing is working. Like i mentioned before, i had no problems before...
I know you reinstalled, but it may be worth resetting the Captivate settings file.
Open Windows Explorer and navigate to the following destination:
C:\Documents and Settings\????\Application Data\Adobe\Adobe Captivate
Note that you may not see this folder until you make a change to the way Windows presents things. You may need to click Tools > Folder Options... > View tab > and elect to "Show hidden files and folders" as well as DE-select the options "Hide protected operating system files'.
See the file named captivate_v30.dat? Delete the file. Or if you are hinky about wholesale deleting the file, just rename it. The goal is to hide it from Captivate.
When Captivate restarts, it will see the file isn't there and create a fresh one. This action can cure a world of woes.
Please try that and let us know if it worked!
Thanks for the help - I deleted the file captivate_v30.dat, but it didn't seem to help, i noticed there was also a file captivate_v20.dat - should i have deleted that one too?
thanks for the help...
Any other suggestions of where i may be able to find an answer? This makes this program completely unusable