On the forum ( i do think Jason ) asked for multiple dropdownboxes, filling with other choices when choosing one or the other option. Well just check it out, works sweet…
Allready shared a basic setup on this principle on how to get better page transitions within Lectora. This is a more worked out version with several types of page transitions in it. On top there is a dropdown selection where you can select the possible transitions. For now limited to fade, cardflip, slide and scale. […]
On the forum Benjamin Green asked about a multiple answers solution for questions. With using a variable and a bit out-of-the-box thinking this is a way to solve that.
* 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 […]
Had this idea for quite a while, and a question in the forum triggered me to test it. Basically webojects load new pages, so you can animate and show them at will.Not 100% happy with the solution, because the webwidgets slow the publishing progress a lot. See this as a idea for inspiration, not as […]