This widget allows you to open / close the TOC in Adobe Captivate with a custom button. This is useful when building your own navigation or if you are using a playbar without a TOC button.
The widget comes in two different versions – a free version called Lite and a commercial version called Premium. The Premium version is a result of the latest update to v2.0 where I have implemented a number of new features.
Lite Custom TOC Button Widget for Adobe Captivate:
A free Adobe Captivate Widget that will allow you to control a TOC in overlay mode from your own button. The Adobe Captivate widget is an AS3 widget compatible with Adobe Captivate 4 AS3 and Adobe Captivate 5, Adobe Captivate 5.5 and Adobe Captivate 6 projects.
The widget will automatically hide the >> arrows from a TOC in overlay mode and it is transparent so you can place it on top of your own button graphics.
This Lite widget is identical to the “old” TOC Button Widget offered for free here on www.cpguru.com
Download the widget here:
Premium Custom TOC Button Widget for Adobe Captivate:
The Premium widget does the same as the Lite version, but gives you more control. With the premium version you can use any object that is placed on the Adobe Captivate stage as a button. This means that button mouse-over states will work just as with a regular button in Adobe Captivate.
The Premium widget also enables you to automatically pause and resume your project when the user interacts with the button to open / close the TOC.
Requirements for the Premium widget:
This widget requires that you have Adobe Captivate 5, Adobe Captivate 5.5 or Adobe Captivate 6.0, Adobe Captivate 6.1.
Furthermore the widget needs to be inserted on each and every side (not set to display for rest of project) if you want to use a button in Captivate to trigger the TOC. This is due to a limitation in Captivate where a button cannot be set to display for rest of project.
Buy the Premium Widget:
March 2013: Premium Widget updated to version 2.5 adding support for Adobe Captivate 6.1 and adding the possibility to place the widget on a Master Slide one time and use a suffix “_toc” on your slides buttons.