Review/Edit fully disappear?

Lucas Wilson shared this question 6 years ago
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Hi... have successfully published a prototype to Usernote and figured out how to make it fullscreen on the iPad. Some load-time problems, but making sure that everything is locally cached solves that. All good.


My problem...


When loading up the Usernote project on iPad, the review/edit window on the left comes up by default. Two questions:


1) Is there a way to make the Review/Edit pane hidden by default?


2) When it is hidden, there is still the arrow and a few-pixel-wide vertical white bar on the left hand side of the screen. It is really unsightly in a mostly dark app, and significantly detracts from the user experience for test and review. Is there a way to make it completely disappear?


Thanks!


Lucas

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Victor - thanks for the reply. I've read both the Tutorial and the Manual.


I see how to include/exclude comments when exporting to HTML, but not when publishing to Usernote. The "Include Comments" checkbox in Preferences is apparently only for HTML, not for Publish.


I want two versions on Usernote - with and without comment ability. The one with comments will go to my client's online dept, who know what they're looking at. Without comments goes to the execs who would otherwise say, "what's that comment bar? We didn't ask for that! Our users can't see that, can they?!?!" You know the drill...


So... how do I turn off comments in Publish? Am I missing something obvious?


Lucas

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Don't worry, it's not that obvious. In fact is something we have to improve yet. Once you publish your prototype you have to open it in Usernote. Then, in the prototypes view, select 'create a test' and then select 'no javascript required'. Once you've done that you will have a link to your prototype without the comments.

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Cool - that worked. Thanks! Close this case... : )