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Pam Robinson
James Bonney
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yvan meloche

HI Martin Ok now its more clear. I was reading the Storyline360 info and I did get that it was a cloud-subscription based app. So its not an actual downloadable full Storyline application like weve been doing up to now correct? And so when you mentioned Storyline 3 youre saying that theres still a chance for those who want stand-alone downloadable storyline application and work off their system is still a possibility correct? If thats the case, i still havent read, or at least not found, any info of a Mac version if that will be the case. In the government we cannot have a cloud-based subscription due to security reasons. Our government to this day has not subscribed to Adobe CC. We still buy the standalone suite. So my biggest question is ….Will there be a native Mac version of Story... Expand

Cynthia Paré
Martin Horibaldo
Bruce Drummond

How many Storyline developers work for organizations that receive federal government funding? How many developers work in higher education? How many developers public education? Any developer that fits the previously described situation, by law, must adhere to ADA 508 compliances. This is a large contingency of users, yet is so many examples shared here are not compliant. Drag and Drop, hot spots, audio without transcription, and other examples are not 508 compliant. But these are issues that are in the hands of developers and are not dependent on the software. However the software needs to be more responsive to working with screen readers, allowing developers to control screen focus, and tab navigation for more seamless integration with screen readers and other adaptive technologies... Expand

Crystal Horn

Hi there, Bruce! I just wanted to provide you with the latest approach we've taken regarding accessibility support, including for Articulate 360, https://articulate.com/support/article/Articulate-360-FAQs-Accessibility : We’ve given accessibility a lot of love over the last year. We added the following accessibility features to Storyline 2 (in free updates): WCAG support for Storyline 2 in Flash Custom tab order Player font size Skip player navigation Language ID for screen readers We’ve also added new accessibility features in Articulate 360. Studio 360 now includes player font size, skip player navigation, and language ID for screen reader features. Both Storyline 360 and Studio 360 now also support Section 508 and WCAG in both HTML5 and Flash. They also now support JAWS sc... Expand

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Alexandra Masche

Articulate new version of Storyline 360 was announced as a big thing. In went through the so called innovations and I am quite disappointed. I think the real innovation is the new pricing and licensing model (Most pro and cons are pointed out already – so I don’t comment on that). The real innovation of responsive content we won’t see in Storyline. Instead it was separated in a new tool called rise which is missing the most functions of Storyline. Despite Storyline claims to be responsive, the content is not! More follows below. In detail: I went through the list of new features. Here are my thoughts: Responsive Player for Tablets and Smartphones => The content only is scaling to 100% (which is possible in SL2 as well) but beside that is simply not responsive. Responsive in ... Expand

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Dennis Hammers

Hi Yvan, You're smart in not attempting to upgrade to Yosemite. I also use Parallels and Windows. There were some upgrade compatibility issues between Yosemite/Parallels so I had to upgrade Parallels as well. Now, I'm on the other end of the spectrum. Whereas, Now, it's Windows that I'm starting to have the problems with. I'm still on Windows 7 as I'm not a fan of Windows 10, although I have it on another machine. Now, I'm concerned that Parallels will stop supporting Windows 7 in their next update. So, I'm not sure how I'm going to work it out when I upgrade my iMac next year. Currently, I'm running Sierra, Parallels 12 and Windows 7. I haven't had any problems with Storyline 2 under this configuration But I did lose some peripheral capabilities with my audio that runs to my digital inte... Expand

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Dennis Hammers

Hi Kurt. Yes actually, I do have my Windows set up under Bootcamp. It's works great. I like it because, as you pointed out, it give me the ability to utilize all of the computer's resources as opposed to dividing between both Sierra and Windows. I often use it for resource laden projects such as video editing etc. For non-intensive projects, I use Parallels through Sierra. After all of my years with Windows, I ended up being mostly a Mac fan, AKA Apple Fanboy. :) And I probably wouldn't even use Windows except for some companies don't think it necessary to have Mac versions of their programs. Pity really. I have managed to dump many companies whose products have a similar competitor program for the Mac. Perhaps I'm just being picky, but I grew in in an era when companies revolved around th... Expand

Dennis Hammers