[Xerte] Full screen issues

Mcdonald, Phil phil.mcdonald at petroc.ac.uk
Thu Mar 26 15:41:45 GMT 2015


Hopefully a simple query, and probably one I should know the answer but just can't work out.

We're having issues getting our published xerte objects to display full screen, even in the editor. Indeed, choosing full screen seems to shrink it ever so slightly, as if the object thinks that full screen is much smaller than the browser or screen it's actually opening in.

Any suggestions on what we might be doing wrong, or how to adjust the settings so that it opens according to the PC screen it's being viewed on would be gratefully received.


Phil McDonald
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