Publishing an iPhone prototype *without* the left-column toolbar

Keith shared this question 7 years ago
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I've been exploring and can't seem to find an answer for this....I'm testing a prototype on my iPhone; I've exported my prototype to HTML, and I've also published directly to Usernote. Right now I'm just comparing both to see which would be the better way for me to show the app.


I know that I can uncheck "Include Comments in HTML" under preferences, and that will remove the left column when I export to HTML and then view the HTML page... I'd also like to be able to do this when I publish in Usernote, is this possible? I can't find any equivalent "toolbar removal" option for publishing. I know that there's a *tiny* arrow on that vertical line between the left-column and the app, and it will let me collapse that left column. However, that will still leave a small 5px width vertical bar on the left side. (I know that sounds picky, but I've only got 320px of real estate to work with, and I want to make sure it looks good and is an accurate representation of the final app:-)

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Create a user test in Usernote and select the option 'no javascript'. That will publish the prototype without the comments system.

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The only problem with that is that userfly requires javascript. I want to use userfly to see people clicking around on my prototype. However, I don't need them to leave comments. In fact, I don't want them to be distracted by the comment sidebar. Is there a way to allow javascript in order to use userfly, but not have the comment sidebar appear in usernote? I don't want to have to instruct them to click on the arrow to minimize it - that could open the door for confusion!


For now, I'll put the javascript code on my html pages (because I know how to disable the sidebar that way). But I thought I'd see if you'd be willing to add this to your wishlist: the ability to disable the comment sidebar while still allowing javascript.


Thank you!

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Oh I didn't know you were using Userfly, then it's easy to do what you want. Publish your prototype in Usernote and then push the 'Create test' button. There select the Userfly integration option and paste the javascript there.


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But that didn't get rid of the comment bar. I want to use userfly and not see the comment bar. If I click on "no javascript required", won't that disable the javascript necessary to run userfly?

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If you select the Userfly option you will have your prototype integrated with Userfly and without the comment bar.