Embedding Adobe Captivate into Storyline using the Web object

Hello All - It's been a while since I've used Adobe captivate and it appears there has been some changes with published output.

Captivate publishes to both Flash and HTML5. They now have a file called multiscreen.html that determines which format to output, flash or html.

When embedding a web object Storyline looks for an index.html file. I'd have to go back and check but I believe that now only delivers html5, maybe flash. It's one or the other, not both based on the device used. 

If I rename the multiscreen.html to index.html, that didn't produce the results I'm looking for. Not sure when Adobe changes captivate changed to now produce this multiscreen file, but it has to be fairly recent.

Has anyone come across this?


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Ashley Terwilliger

Hi Paul,

I don't know much about Captivate (never opened it myself) but perhaps they have an option to publish direct to HTML5? If you're able to use that instead you could link that one within Storyline and it would display on Flash and HTML5 output.  

Hopefully the others in the community are able to share their thoughts or ideas for Captivate!