The steps are shown as numbered thumbnails on the left side of the Edit Panel.
Many software applications have transitions between steps such as fading from one screen to the next. To help with this, Capture records a series of frames for each step.
If you're a Mac user or a Windows user with the OpenH264 Video Codec installed, you can select the best frame by using the slider or by using the < and > controls to go through each frame individually, as seen in the image above.
If you are a Windows user and don't have the OpenH264 Video Codec installed, you will see three dots under each thumbnail and can select from the three images that were captured.
You can rearrange the order of the steps by dragging and dropping however once you move a step you can no longer choose a different frame.
Hotspots are added to each step at a default size at the location where you clicked during the capture process.
You can move the hotspot with your cursor as well as resize it in any direction by dragging at one of its edges or corners.
You can edit the Step Text for each step just by clicking into the edit pane. Capture will provide basic text here based on the interaction for the step (click, double-click, etc.) what the tool or browser allows Capture to detect about the button such as its name, etc.
The Details pane allows you to add extra information about the Step to be displayed to the learner in the Show Me and Guide View modes.
In Show Me mode the Details text is only shown when a learner is on a step with Details text.
As part of the publishing process you can choose to display or not display the Details text. One use case for not showing the Details text is when using narration - the audio file could include the Details text but you may want to only show the Steps text to the learner.
Hint Text/Feedback Text
The Hint Text tab allows you to add text to be shown to the learner when they use the Hint button in Try Me mode.
The Feedback Text tab allows you to add text to be shown to the learner as feedback when the lesson is used as a Question.