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Posted: Sat Aug 04, 2012 2:51 pm   Post subject: Mouseover popup

Hello community,

I'm trying to create a mouseover popup message with iSpring, which should display mathematical formulas and equations.

However, I couldn't find any specific feature to include it in iSpring.

Did anyone have this problem and could share the solution?

Thank you in advance,
Rodrigo


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Posted: Mon Aug 06, 2012 3:08 pm   Post subject: Re: Mouseover popup

Hi Rodrigo,

Thank you for your question. Do you mean you need to create a mouse-over animation on a slide which should contain formulas? Or do you need to have this pop-up message in a quiz? Please describe the case in more details.


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Posted: Tue Aug 07, 2012 2:53 am   Post subject: Re: Mouseover popup

Yes, the only thing I need is a mouseover dialog box... when the mouse is over the object, it shows a dialog box with some math equations... when mouse is off it the slide appers normally.

Thank you,
Rodrigo


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Posted: Tue Aug 07, 2012 1:54 pm   Post subject: Re: Mouseover popup

iSpring software doesn't have any tools for creating any standard shapes, animations and mouse-over actions and placing them to slides. It is possible to achieve the desired result using PowerPoint tools and converting the presentation to Flash with iSpring.

Many of our clients make screen tips of this kind via the "Duplicate slide" method described here:
http://www.pptfaq.com/FAQ01058_Create_a_fake_screentip_-text_that_appears_when_you_mouse_over_a_shape-.htm

Also it is possible to use the "False hyperlink" method though it works for plain text only and not applicable for complex math formulas:
http://www.technologytrish.co.uk/ppttipshyperlinknowhere.html

As for the formulas, PowerPoint uses the standard Microsoft equation component which allows to create and insert formulas to slides. To check if it is installed to your computer, please click "Insert" tab on PowerPoint panel, select "Insert object" and find Microsoft Equation. you can learn more about this component here:

http://www.addictivetips.com/windows-tips/equation-editor-in-microsoft-powerpoint-2010/


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