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Sequencing Drag & Drop Captivate
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In this video, we're going to take a look at the structure of our Starter Sequencing Drag and Drop template, and how to make a few edits to the file.
When a learner views this interaction, they will be presented with an introduction screen and start button.
Then, they must drag each of 6 draggers to the appropriate dropzone.
When all draggers are placed, the learner presses submit, and feedback is shown.
Making changes to this file is super simple.
Introduction content can be edited by enabling the intro_group objects on the timeline, then editing the text caption and/or button.
Immediately below the into group on the timeline is the feedback group, so let's look there next.
To edit the correct feedback, just click and type in the text caption.
To edit the incorrect layer, use the state view and adjust as needed.
Now, on to the main interaction elements.
The title, numbering, and submit button can all be edited as usual.
To change the text on the draggers and dropzones, you'll need to access the advanced actions pane.
Here, adjust the value for the DragSource and DropZone variables.
Finally, to set the correct answers, change the value of DropZone variables from 1 - 6. These values correspond to the different draggers on screen.
Want dragger 1 to match to dropzone 6?
Edit the Drop Zone 6 variable, and enter a value of 1.