I didnot like the ‘stuttering’ of the ypos in the previous envelop animation. So i decided to investigate the backgroundposition in CSS a bit more…in all browsers ( FF, Chrome and IE ) And now i got it to work with pixels instead of %. That makes it a lot easier to use these spritesheets […]
On the forum was asked for links to animations. Allthough i linked to several sites, it is not easy to find exactly what you need/want. Most stock animations are video based. When your good in AfterEffects or other postprocessing tools you can adapt any stock animation to what you need. Offcourse i can help ( […]
A fun way to present a short quiz. The interaction contains 5 questions that the learner must answer to reach the end of the maze. The questions are presented randomly and will repeat until all questions are answered correctly. One note: If you move the location of the interaction on the page from its […]
Every month, we include a giveaway in our eNewsletter—the Fab Freebie. For the July Fab Freebie, we built a seamless repeating slideshow using images from the 2015 Lectora User Conference in Nashville. This animation can be customized with your images to work for any type of course. To use a Lectora Online Library Object (.wwo), […]
This animated interactive process chart is built with native Lectora 12 shapes and styles, so it is easily modifiable without the need for an image editing tool. To use a Lectora Desktop Library Object (.awo), simply drag and drop the .awo file into the open Lectora application and it will expand in the Title Explorer of […]
Every month, we include a giveaway in our eNewsletter—the Fab Freebie. For the June Fab Freebie, we built an animated office environment using images from the eLearning Brothers stock library. Download the Lectora 12 library object to use it in your own course! To use a Lectora Desktop Library Object (.awo), simply drag and drop […]
Learn how to insert a Flash animation or video to your PowerPoint presentation using Snap! by Lectora.
This library object demonstrates how you can use character poses and the Set Character Pose action to create an animated character. To use a Lectora Desktop Library Object (.awo), simply drag and drop the .awo file into the open Lectora application and it will expand in the Title Explorer of the current title automatically. For […]