Anyone found a use for the "Scribble" tool?
The "Scribble" tool is found under Insert -> Shape -> Lines -> Scribble. I'm sure many of you are familiar with it, which let's you draw a freeform scribbled line on the screen.
Question is, has anyone used it for anything in a final published version of a project?
The tool is hard to control while drawing and ends up looking very ragged and rough. No one I know who uses Storyline has been able to control it well enough to draw a line that looks like it could actually be used for a project. It's appropriately named "Scribble". So question is... does it have a use? :-)
Maybe it can be used to write/scribble a note on a screen that will be deleted later? Or to intentionally create a picture in the course that looks like a child's drawing?
The only things I've drawn and used in Storyline are custom freeform hotspots (which is it's own separate tool).
Hoping this brings up some insightful (and humourous) responses and stories :-) Not meant to be critical of Articulate's efforts in anyway, just genuinely curious of the "Scribble" tool's use!