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Hi there, 

 

I'm picking up Captivate again after a several year break. I've used Stor___e (?!) a whole bunch more in the mean time.

 

In the project I am working on, I have set up a 1280 x 720 workspace, and am building initial templates using that screen size. I ran a couple of test publishes yesterday, and was a bit worried when my browser window didn't scale up or down (it was just massively huge on my laptop.)

 

Is there a publish setting to make the window resize (nothign responsive needed, just  that objects scale up and down as I resize trhe browser) or do I need to start from scratch with a smaller workspace size / use the responsive template?

 

Thanks in advance for any help / advice.

 

Seth 🙂 

 

p.s. @lilybiri - if you answer this - thank you, you were a star 5 years ago when I was last heavily using Captivate and I've been following your blog ever since. What a fab community member! 

 

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Oops.... about your PS, blushing.

 

You can publsih a non-responsive project to HTML5 with the option 'Scalable HTML' seleccted:

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Published project - Browser resize

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Hi there, 

 

I'm picking up Captivate again after a several year break. I've used Stor___e (?!) a whole bunch more in the mean time.

 

In the project I am working on, I have set up a 1280 x 720 workspace, and am building initial templates using that screen size. I ran a couple of test publishes yesterday, and was a bit worried when my browser window didn't scale up or down (it was just massively huge on my laptop.)

 

Is there a publish setting to make the window resize (nothign responsive needed, just  that objects scale up and down as I resize trhe browser) or do I need to start from scratch with a smaller workspace size / use the responsive template?

 

Thanks in advance for any help / advice.

 

Seth 🙂 

 

p.s. @lilybiri - if you answer this - thank you, you were a star 5 years ago when I was last heavily using Captivate and I've been following your blog ever since. What a fab community member! 

 

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Oops.... about your PS, blushing.

 

You can publsih a non-responsive project to HTML5 with the option 'Scalable HTML' seleccted:

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Thank you - so easy when you notice it. 

 

V. much appreciarted 🙂

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I keep it checked all the time. Comparison between the different ways to make a course accessible on all devices:

http://blog.lilybiri.com/fluid-boxes-or-breakpoint-views

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