Have not been as active as before on the community, mostly due to a contract job. Well that ends on January, so i will be more active again… and open for new interesting jobs and projects offcourse 😉 Quality assured as you all know… A question popped up on the forum about groups and how […]
I’ve attached a sample of the file I’m using. Right this moment I’m trying to add a current time variable to my password entry field, under the instructor locked out popup group that will become the password to unlock the group. Which will then close and return the user to page where they left off […]
The sample shows how to create a scrollable custom div.
Last week 2 items came across on which i now made a sample. – Scaling from another point then the centerDarrel @klaatu allready shared the code, but to make it easier for whomever wants to use it i made this sample. As you can see in the sample its really easy and smooth to scale […]
In our recent Inspiration Wednesday, 5 eLearning Mistakes and How to Avoid Them, Joe Ganci referenced a sample Lectora title (watch it here: https://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/5-elearning-mistakes-avoid/). The title is now available for download. Also included is a Lectora Online package.
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 […]
Tim K. posted a sample on “How to use different settings for the display of test results.“ Thanks, Tim. This question does get asked from time-to-time: “How can you display full results for a passed test and only the score for a failed test.” Using “dummy tests” as described in Tim’s post was the only […]
* CHANGED THE IMAGES, hope this works* On the forum ‘Switalba’ started a topic about an Online Journal. Really liked the idea and concept, and started thinking about how to realize something like that. My first attempt was using xApi, but that failed due too lack of proper resources to get deeper into xApi. John […]
Got triggered by a question to put together a setup for working with spritesheets in Lectora. Spritesheets have many advantages above gif and avi’s, to name a few, they are better controllable, work perfectly on mobiles and tablets, and are loaded in one bunch.The gaming industry embraced sprites for quite a long time, and thus […]
Daniel Carrol asked me if i knew a way to replay/restart a non-looping gif in Lectora. Codewise that wasnot too difficult, the biggest challenge is to target the proper element in the html. Using Firebug or other browser development tools ( both IE and Chrome have them too ) you can check what html name […]