I'm impressed! With Adobe Captivate 2017 we had to wait for over a year before we saw an update to 2017 release. Here we are slightly more than a month has transpired and we now have some bug fixes and security updates to Captivate 2019. I hope that is a sign of things to come. Not that there are many things wrong with Captivate, but instead they work quickly to resolve any issues that come up.
So here is the skinny. When running virtual reality content on iOS devices the display was not as you expected and was cut off when an LMS launched the course in an iFrame. The other issue relates to HTML5 published projects where an upgraded PowerPoint project appears blank when the source PowerPoint file is in linked mode.
Anyway, regardless of your situation, make sure you are always running the latest version. Run the update procedures I demonstrate in the video or let your IT department know there is an update so they can push it out to your computer.
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