Corner Peel Navigation Widget for Adobe Captivate 5


I originally created the Corner Peel Navigation Widget for Adobe Captivate 4 for fun but it turned out to be extremely popular. Actually it has been downloaded more than 4.000 times from my site so far so I decided to update it so it will work with Adobe Captivate 5 and 5.5

In reality it is not an Adobe Captivate Widget but a Flash animation, but it will work just as well.

The download package contains the FLA files and two published SWF’s. Insert the SWF’s in your project as animationsĀ and set themĀ to display for rest of project. Once the user hovers over the corners they will animate similar to what you see in Flash based magazines. Clicking on the corner will navigate to the next or previous slide respectively.

The demonstration below is from Adobe Captivate 4 but it will work just like this in Adobe Captivate 5 and 5.5 as well.

[swfobj src=”” width=”453″ height=”393″ align=”center” allowfullscreen=”false”] Corner Peel Navigation Widget for Adobe Captivate 5 (4036 downloads)





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  3. Yes, I have tried this version in Captivate 4 projects and it does not work. I had the Corner Peel for Captivate 4, AS2 version working perfectly, but due to other widgets needed in the elearning, I’m now having to publish at AS3 version. Thanks anyway.

  4. Does anyone know how to change the ActionScript (or using any other method) to change the function of this button? From Flash Professional CS5, the relevant script reads:

    function clicked(e:MouseEvent):void{
    var myRoot:MovieClip = MovieClip(root);
    var mainmov:MovieClip = MovieClip(myRoot.parent.root);
    mainmov.rdcmndNextSlide = 1;

    I’m guessing I can just change the last line to change the action, but I don’t know the command to do so, or where to find it. I want to make it jump to a specific slide, like you can do with normal buttons from within Captivate.


  5. That’s exactly what I was looking for. Thank you so much. One thing I’m still having trouble with though, is when I use that command:

    cpCmndGotoSlide = 5

    It always jumps to slide 9, regardless of what number I put in there. Am I using the wrong format?

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