STOPWATCH WIDGET FOR CAPTIVATE 4
Can anyone tell me how to create a stopwatch or timer widget for Captivate 4?You don't really have to construct a widget to do that. There are two easy ways to achieve this. 1. Make a textbox and use the $$cpInfoElapsedTimeMS$$ Captivate system varia
1. Make a textbox and use the $$cpInfoElapsedTimeMS$$ Captivate system variable to show the elapsed time since the project was started. It displays the time in miliseconds, but you could just make a rectangle in the same color as your background color and then cover up the miliseconds part of the text box. That way only the seconds will show. Remember to right-align the text in your text box.
2. Provided that you have Flash and can use it you could make a simple flash file which reads the cpInfoElapsedTimeMS variable from Captivate - strips away the miliseconds and display the result in a dynamic text box.
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