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It looks like Flash CC does not include a SCORM 1.2 compliant template. Is there a clear solution to this problem? I am building a course for an LMS that uses SCORM 1.2. Thanks!

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It looks like Flash CC does not include a SCORM 1.2 compliant template. Is there a clear solution to this problem? I am building a course for an LMS that uses SCORM 1.2. Thanks!
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Found a solution! I just needed a way to make a SCORM 1.2 compliant course with Flash CC. Found a wrapper that worked (after a bit of tweaking) here: http://pipwerks.com/laboratory/scorm/
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