Interactive Process Chart for Lectora Online

We are re-releasing this interactive process chart built entirely within Lectora Online in celebration of the fact that Lectora Online now has editable shapes, editable buttons, buttons states, and visual effects just as Lectora for desktop does! All of the shapes, buttons, button states, and styles are now completely editable within Lectora Online without the need for an image editing tool.

And for you desktop users who may have missed it, you can find the original Lectora v12 version here:

http://community.trivantis.com/shared-content/interactive-process-chart/

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  1. Profile photo of Gary Sidoti
    Gary Sidoti

    I like this Wendy. I can use it for an existing module we built. It has three of these diagrams, connected together. I used the diagram as the menu in the main page, and now I can add these description boxes and pop ups to give the user more information about each section they will be moving into. Awesome! Thanks for sharing. you can see what I mean in our guide book around page 4. https://www.ttiinc.com/content/dam/ttiinc/products/Literature/TTISolutions/tti-supply-chain-online.pdf

    Thanks Wendy!

  2. Melissa Carty

    I downloaded it but I can’t open it. Any recommendations?

    1. Profile photo of Wendy Miller
      Wendy Miller Post author

      Hi Melissa,

      The PKG file that you can download here is for Lectora Online. If you’re using Lectora Online, click on “Import Lectora Online Package File” on the Getting Started screen. Then click the Browse button on the dialog box to locate where you have saved the file, and then click Import.

      If you are using Lectora for Desktop, version 12 or later, then you can find the same interaction here:
      http://community.trivantis.com/shared-content/interactive-process-chart/

      The file that you download on that page is a Lectora library object (.awo). To use a library object with Lectora for desktop, simply drag and drop the .awo file onto the work area of an open Lectora file in the application.

      Does this help?

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