Step 4 - Assigning the action to an event

In Captivate, there are lots of events you can attach actions to. Some of them are system events (for example, the start of a course, the beginning of a slide, etc.), and some of them are student-driven events (typically, clicking a button). In this case, you will ask Captivate to execute the action when the student clicks the Mute button you created earlier in this chapter.

  1. Still on slide 1 of the Chapter13/takeTheTrain.cptx project, make sure that the Properties inspector displays the properties of the mute button.
  2. In the Actions tab of the Properties inspector, change the On Success action to Execute Advanced Actions.
  3. In the Script dropdown that appears just below, make sure the muteAudio action ...

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