Adding Custom Scripts

Using ActivePresenter, you don’t need to know JavaScript to design dynamic and advanced courses. But if you want to go beyond the long list of built-in actions, add custom scripts. This tutorial shows you how. Adding an Execute JavaScript Action When adding events and...

Working with Active Window Feature

In recording screen, an Active Window is a top-level window in the recorded application that is active at a time. With the Active Window feature, ActivePresenter can automatically detect the area that you want to record and save it in the recorded slide. This feature...

Working with Sequence Questions

Generally, sequence questions ask learners to arrange items in a sequence according to some rules. The below tutorial will guide you to create this question type in ActivePresenter. Overview of Sequence Questions A Sequence question is a graded or survey question...

Working with HTML5 Preview

With the HTML5 Preview feature in ActivePresenter 7, you can preview your project in a browser without exporting it. This lets you know how your learners would experience the content output on HTML5 before even exporting and sharing it. As you know, there are four...

Setting Pass/Fail Condition for Lessons

In this tutorial, you’ll learn to set the pass/fail condition for lessons. In other words, you’ll grasp how to set the minimum score required to pass a lesson. To set the pass/fail condition, follow the steps below: Step 1: Set points, attempts and time limit per each...

Working with Essay Questions

Essay questions require learners to compose their own answers rather than select answers from a list of possibilities. Let’s learn how to work with this question type in the below tutorial. Overview of Essay Questions An Essay question contains a multiple-line text...

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