Does web output works on mac os
vijay, you can find info for Mac here - https://articulate.com/support/article/System-Requirements-for-Articulate-Storyline-360#viewing-content
Thanks for your reply.
Is it possible to view the content published for web output offline in Mac Os.
I can't able to view the published web output offline in mac system.
I'm not sure if it's possible to view your published content offline on your mac, however it is recommended to view your published content online or from a web server.
If you don't have easy access for testing your published content this way you might consider trying Articulate's Tempshare - http://tempshare.articulate.com/
Here are a couple of other support articles on this topic:
Is there any way that a product developed using story line 2 available for offline viewing in mac OS.
Users of are products are asking for offline version of our product. Is there any tools or external software available to achieve this.(for example articulate mobile player for mobiles/tablets).
Please help in this regards.
Not sure if this works on mac or if it's just for PC, but here's an article on publishing for CD from SL2 - https://community.articulate.com/series/articulate-storyline-2/articles/publishing-a-course-for-cd-or-another-local-source
If you scroll down to the bottom of the article and check out step 4, you'll see tips for using the CD publish on USB and/or network drives.
If you can go this route, here's another article that may/may not be helpful for mac - https://articulate.com/support/article/change-the-title-bar-icon-in-content-published-for-cd
So my understanding is there is no way mac users can view the content offline.
Only they can access through online?
CD output doesn't run on mac. It will work only on windows system.
You should be able to view the html5 content locally, I always do that to test my content
Html 5 output also not working on mac system.
Hi Vijay! If you want to run the Published for CD output on a Mac, try using the .html file instead of the .exe:
If you still run into trouble, add the folder where the course is located to your local Flash Player Security Settings.
Let me know if that does the trick!