Articulate Storyline 3.11.23355.0 Multilingual + Activation | 447.09 MB
Articulate Storyline is the industry's favorite software for creating interactive courses. It's simple enough for beginners, yet powerful enough for experts. And it lets you create virtually any interaction you can imagine, in minutes. With the new perpetual version of Storyline, you'll be able to deliver mobile and accessible courses with enhanced interactivity faster.
Deliver a responsive multi‑device experience
Simply create your course in Storyline 3 and click publish. The new responsive player dynamically adapts to tablet and smartphone screens, providing an optimal view of your course on every device-without you tweaking a thing. It supports touchscreen gestures, hides sidebar menus, eliminates browser chrome, and delivers mobile‑friendly playback controls.
Add closed captioning
Make your courses more accessible for all of your learners by adding closed captions. Simply import a caption file for each audio track and video in your course, then style captions using any font you want. You can even use triggers to toggle captions on and off when you've disabled player chrome.
Dial up the interactivity
Let learners manipulate data and slide content with dial interactions. Customize prebuilt dials or create your own from any object, graphic, or image. Use dials to simulate real‑world objects and tasks or let learners explore cause‑and‑effect relationships.
Get your game on
Create game‑like interactions easily with new triggers and motion path features. You can now trigger events when objects intersect, stop intersecting, enter the slide, or leave the slide. And take motion path animations to a whole new level by orienting moving objects to the paths they're traveling.
Publish high‑performance HTML5 courses
HTML5 output looks better, runs faster, and supports more features than ever before. All accessibility features, including closed captions and custom tab order, are supported in HTML5 output. And you can choose to publish HTML5‑only or HTML5‑first courses.
Work more efficiently
Let Storyline do more of the work for you. With productivity enhancements, Storyline 3 finds and replaces fonts in seconds, automatically scales and crops images to fit any placeholder shape, and maintains triggers when you swap out placeholder images. You can also now name your motion paths, duplicate and set properties for multiple slide layers at once, and publish a single slide or scene.
- Windows 10 (32-bit or 64-bit)
- Windows 8 (32-bit or 64-bit)
- Windows 7 SP1 or later (32-bit or 64-bit)
October 15, 2020 (Build 3.11.23355.0)
Enhanced: Interactive markers are now fully keyboard-accessible. Learn more.Enhanced: We listened to your feedback and improved keyboard navigation for the slide controls. Now you can use the Tab key to access the play/pause button, the seekbar, and the replay button individually.
Enhanced: View Tin Can API (xAPI) courses on your local computer before you upload them to your LMS. Details here.
Enhanced: Storyline 3 now publishes Tin Can API (xAPI) courses using version 1.0.2 of the LMS standard.Enhanced: We added support for hardware graphics acceleration so in-app previews perform better, more like learners' real-world experiences over the web.
Enhanced: When you open an existing project file with this update, "submit results" triggers no longer appear on result slides that you aren't tracking. Since Storyline 3 only submits results to an LMS for the quiz you select at publish time, all other "submit results" triggers are unnecessary and will be removed.
Fixed: Screen readers didn't announce alt text for states, such as selected states for interactive objects and disabled states for player navigation buttons.Fixed: Scrolling panels weren't keyboard-accessible.Fixed: Multiple-choice responses appeared in SCORM 2004 reports with a prefix of urn:scormdriver.
Fixed: The menu option to "show tooltip on hover" stopped working.
Fixed: A timer could continue to display after moving past a quiz, and sometimes the "time limit exceeded" message would appear on a result slide.
Fixed: Slides could be blank when previewed or published if they had variable references that used OpenType (OTF) fonts.