In this video tutorial, I show you one way you can build a countdown timer. In this example, I use two user variables and two system variables. I also make use of a two decision advanced conditional action, including use of the While action. Patreon supporters get to download the project file for free.
This year I've decided to not work on my eLearning design and development skills but rather my skills as an online training professional. My main business is designing and developing eLearning, but I'm still a professional facilitator. Like most of us, I got my start in the classroom. Since my clients are located all over the globe, online training makes sense for both my clients and me.
Recently I had to take an older Adobe Captivate 9 non-responsive project and convert it to a fluid box responsive design project using Adobe Captivate 2019. I really learned some valuable lessons during that process, and I want to share those with all of you. I'm happy to say that the results were excellent. Rather than using my own design, I used the new Ready-to-go Projects and Slides from Adobe. It didn't take me long to do this work. In this live stream, I will be sharing my process for getting fluid box responsive design to work across as many different device sizes as possible. Make sure you join live if you have questions you wish to ask me about this often misunderstood process.
If you are interested in learning more about that process of using the Ready-to-go projects and slides, I'm giving a presentation at the Adobe Learning Summit in Las Vegas on October 3, 2019. It's a free conference, but you must register to attend. Check it out: https://learningsummit.elearning.adobeevents.com/
I decided to do this video tutorial in order to answer a viewer question about her difficulty in redocking her timeline. I thought this might be a problem for other users as well. While I have other tutorials on panel undocking, I thought there might be a need for an up to date tutorial with some additional hints and tips.