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The General tab allows you to specify the output of your simulation: title, destination and format. Additionally, you can see the static preview picture of your simulation in the Player area.

General options of iSpring Learn and iSpring Could slightly differ from another publishing destinations. For more details, please check out two articles that describe publishing to iSpring Cloud and iSpring Learn

 

Destination Options

You can specify the title of your simulation and navigate to the desired location where the new scenario folder will be created. 

Simulation title                                        A title of your simulation. It appears on the top panel of the simulation. The new folder with the output simulation will be named after the simulation title.
Local folder            A local folder where you want to publish your simulation to.
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Output Options

Choose one of the available options for the output simulation. 

Option
Description
Combined (HTML5+Flash)    A simulation will be published as a "smart" package which can be successfully launched on both desktop and mobile devices.
Mobile (HTML5)A simulation will be converted into the HTML5 format. A great advantage of HTML5 simulations is that they can be viewed on any mobile device, including iPads.  
Desktop (Flash)     A simulation will be converted into a Flash movie. You can view it in any browser with Flash plugin on any desktop operating system. 
Executable (EXE)     If selected, iSpring TalkMaster generates an executable (.exe) file with the Flash output. It can be displayed everywhere, even if you don't have the Flash Player installed. To view the simulation, run the .exe file in the output folder with the name that you specified while publishing.
Use iSpring PlaySelect this checkbox to view a simulation on an iPad, iPhone or an Android device, and allow users to store simulations locally for offline viewing.
Zip outputSelect this checkbox if you want to publish your simulation as a ZIP archive
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