- Reviewers cannot add comments using tablets, or any touch-enabled systems.
- Reviewers cannot add comments using Internet Explorer 10.
- Audio and video does not play back in Internet Explorer 11.
- Question-slide buttons, and drag-and-drop buttons do not support multiple states.
- Some object properties (such as shadow and glow effects, text effects, text animation, and audio properties) do not flow across states.
- Drag and drop object states with shadow and reflection are not supported.
- When videos with multiple states are present in a slide, the later videos do not play in HTML5 output on devices. Only the first video is played.
- Objects with transitions do not show their states in SWF output.
- There may be display issues in the final project if you use a transparent button with an image fill. This issue is seen only in responsive projects.
To workaround this issue, uncheck the tile option in image fill as shown here.
- When a Rotate effect is applied on a group of objects, the objects move away from each other during preview.
To workaround this issue, ungroup and apply the effects individually to the objects.
- Accessibility of SWF is compromised in Microsoft Edge browser. Learners using assistive technology (AT), such as a screen reader or on-screen keyboard may not be able to use this functionality.
- If you increase the display size of Windows while recording, the captured slides include areas outside the application window.
You can workaround this issue by signing out of Windows and signing in again.
- When a group of SVG graphics are resized, they appear cut off in the preview.
To workaround this issue, resize SVG graphics individually.
- Sometimes when an SVG is inserted in Captivate, it does not appear correctly in the edit area.
To workaround this issue, resize the graphic in Captivate till it appears perfectly.