[Xerte] Re: xerte 2.0 full screen mode

Tom Reijnders reijnders at tor.nl
Fri Jun 21 12:25:51 BST 2013

I assume this is using the new HTML5/Javascript engine? Then yes that is 
intentional. You can use the browser 'zoom' function to make the content 


Op 21-6-2013 12:52, Bardell Jason schreef:
> Hello
> We have just upgraded to xerte 2.0 and have a few questions that 
> hopefully someone can help with. Firstly when students look at the 
> content and open it, it appears in a small sized frame and have the 
> option to change to full screen mode. When they do, the black outside 
> frame gets bigger but the content size remains the same revealing a 
> lot of white space, is that supposed to happen? This does differ from 
> the 1.8 LO version where it would get bigger proportionately. Our 
> hotspots therefore remain small and look daft. I'll save the second 
> point until later....
> Thanks
> *Jason Bardell* | Kent Fire & Rescue Service
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