This page explains how to configure and use the Infosemantics Slider Component widget for Captivate versions 5 and later. (Please note that Captivate version 4 is not compatible with this widget.)
Watch this Youtube video to get an understanding of the overall concepts involved in creating a sliding interaction.
How to bind Adobe Captivate user variables to sliding or rotating controls created using the Slider or Rotator Component widgets.
Create a simulated scrolling window in Adobe Captivate using the Slider Component widget. This tutorial also explains how to use your mouse cursor and even the mouse wheel to control scrolling of the objects.
The next video in this series explains how to set up Attached Items that slide in sync with the handle of a slider widget.
PLEASE NOTE: To attach items that are situated outside the stage area, pay attention to Tristan's specific instruction to use one of the Motion Effects to move the attached item onto the stage area at the beginning of the slide timeline. Tristan specifies to use Right-to-Left-Ease or Left-to-Right-Ease. Only one of these two effects will achieve the desired result. Using either Right-to-Left or Left-to-Right motion effect (no easing) will not work.
The tutorial below explains how to configure Evaluation settings for any Infosemantics Component widget.
The following tutorial explains how to configure Easing in component widgets. In combination with variables and Advanced Actions in Captivate, easing can be used to animate sliding or rotating objects.