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Custom Preloader for Adobe Captivate

Are you tired of using the same old preloaders in your Captivate projects? Well here is a change. A fully customizable preloader with 9 different color schemes.

You can add your company logo and custom text so that it’s related to your particular project.

The component is made in Adobe Flash so you need at least Flash 8.0 to edit it. If you don’t have Flash installed on your PC click here to download a trial version (30 days free trial).

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Click here to see the different color schemes included in the download. The Photoshop PSD file is also included in the download so you can easily change the images/colors yourself.

Click here to see a Captivate presentation on how to change the graphics in Adobe Flash.

Click here to buy and download the Custom preloader.

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8 Comments to Custom Preloader for Adobe Captivate
    • Justin
    • Would you be willing to give me a copy of the customizable preloader in exchange for my posting to the Captivate Facebook group of which I’m the creator? There are currently over 150 members and I’m sure they’d all love to hear about this…

      Thanks!

      Justin

    • admin
    • Justin – send me an image 350px X 100px and I’ll compile one for you. You can mail me the image at admin (at ) captivate4 (dot) com

    • admin
    • Gabe :

      hello there.

      I went on flashden and cannot find the file to purchase. Is it uploaded somewhere else?

      Thannks,
      Gabe

      Hi Gabe,

      Sorry I totally forgot about this one :o(

      Flashden deciced that they couldn’t administer the sale of files aimed at Captivate so I couldn’t upload it to them.

      I will make the file available through this site ASAP. I just need to test it with CP4 and make sure everything still works as intended.

      Best regards,
      Michael

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