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using greenock with captivate

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this is a way of using lectora with greenock... and it looks great



My question...Is there a way of doing the above with Captivate 9 (i don't want to load web objects in captivate )

I guess the first thing to to work out where the green sock src file should go and if we can do simple animations


it would be awesome if we can get greenock working with E-Learning developers







See the Pen by video-5-steps-for-using-greensock-animations-in-lectora (@video-5-steps-for-using-greensock-animations-in-lectora) on CodePen

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I have zero experience with Captivate so I have no idea what's possible, but almost the exact same question was asked a few months ago in this thread:




Others forum members may have additional thoughts or information.


Happy tweening.


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I know this is a super old topic, but I've been working on integrating GSAP with Captivate lately and have gotten some things to work successfully! (some things not). If you're still interested in this, let me know! 


Or if you've found your own awesome resources, I'd love to hear about them! It seems people using GSAP within Captivate is very slim and niche so it can be difficult to find information for troubleshooting things. 

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