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Changing Interactive Proof Resolution in the Desktop Proofing Viewer

The information on this page refers to functionality not yet generally available. It is available only in the Preview Sandbox environment.

Viewing a Preset Resolution

You can change the resolution of an Interactive proof from a list of predefined, standard resolutions for various phones, tablets, notebooks, and desktops. This enables you to view content and check responsiveness on different devices.

  1. Launch the Interactive proof that you want to adjust the resolution on.
    For information about launching a proof in the Desktop Viewer, see "Launching Proofs in the Desktop Proofing Viewer."
  2. Click the Resolution icon at the bottom of the viewer.
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  3. Select a resolution from the available options of phones, tablets, notebooks, and desktops.
    The Interactive proof renders in the selected resolution.

Specifying a Custom Resolution

  1. Launch the Interactive proof that you want to adjust the resolution on.
    For information about launching a proof in the Desktop Viewer, see"Launching Proofs in the Desktop Proofing Viewer."
  2. Click the Resolution icon at the bottom of the viewer.
  3. Specify a custom resolution in the Responsive field.
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    The Interactive proof renders in the custom resolution. 

Dragging Content to the Desired Resolution

  1. Launch the Interactive proof that you want to adjust the resolution on.
    For information about launching a proof in the Desktop Viewer, see"Launching Proofs in the Desktop Proofing Viewer."
  2. (Conditional) Click the Resolution icon at the bottom of the viewer, then select Responsive. 
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  3. Mouse over the edge of the Interactive content.
    A blue border appears.
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  4. Click and drag the blue border to the desired resolution. 
    The updated resolution displays in the following locations:
    • In the Resolution panel.
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    • In any comments made.
      When users comment on a proof, the current screen resolution automatically displays in the comment to make other users aware of what resolution the comment is associated with.

This article last updated on 2018-05-22 15:59:16 UTC