Yes, it appears in Chrome as in Firefox. Probably, I would need to modify the Captivate file to have the background white as the other frames.
Thanks for the advice regarding browsers. Unfortunately, when working in a corporate environment, it is difficult to give advice to change preferred browsers the IT department recommends on using.
I have used Captivate 8 for this demo along with Photoshop, Illustrator, and Edge Animate with the Creative Cloud.
What I like about Captivate 8 is the ability to use responsive web design. Albeit it only uses 3 break points for desktop, tablet, and mobile. (Typically, you can add as many break points with media queries such as Adobe Reflow or Edge Animate.) Each break point can be adjusted according to screen width. (Let's say that if you are not satisfied with 1024 as a screen width for desktop mode, you can adjust the width to 1280 if you wish.)
In context of responsive web design, Captivate 8 uses a parent-child relationship, meaning that it is recommended to start at the desktop level so that the tablet and mobile breakpoints would inherit the CSS. Once the desktop version is adequate, then you move on to designing in tablet mode and then to mobile mode.
It's recommended that you use percentage based positioning for your media and text placement.
Just to give you a heads up, some people might say that it takes less time to created a course. I think it is a misconception. There is a great deal of testing regardless whatever platform you are using. Adobe also integrated Edge Inspect so that you can view your course in different mobile devices (provided that Edge Inspect is installed.)
Here is an Adobe Connect link: http://bit.ly/aelugm_carolina_06_19_14
I hope this is the answer you are looking for.