Text Width changing on Simulation

Karsten shared this problem 23 days ago
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Dear JustInMind Team,


JustInMind is a great tool, thank you! However, I am currently having some problems. Maybe you can help: The simulation view is different from the prototyping view, and the text moves around (Note that because Im trying to fix the reoccuring error, my boxed are already not in place. The red boxes below should be on the same position during both views, but they are not.):

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Simulation view:


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Operating system is windows. Ive also tried uploading it to a webspace, which leads to the same result (via HTML export). AutoFit is disabled, but I also tried with it enabled, which did not lead to a different result. Im using the paid version of JustInMind. I have the same problem with other similar prototypes, too. You can find the file attached. It is essential that the boxes stay at the same position as I want to mark text and show boxes when hovering over the box at that SPECIFIC position.


All the best,

Karsten

Comments (6)

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Hi Karsten,

Thanks for sharing this with us. We'd like to look into this further - can you attach the file here again compressed in .zip/.rar format? It looks like it didn't attach.

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Sure! Here it is :) Might not have attached because it was not .zip/rar.

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We see the issue. We're looking into a workaround for this. I'll get back to you soon.

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Thank you :) Is kind of an urgent matter for a project ;)

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So there are some complicated workarounds we could create, but I think the easiest way would just be to have an image of the paragraph that has hotspots over the areas where there's an incorrect claim.

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Hey Danielle,


thank you so much for the effort, and sorry for the late reply, I was quite busy with it :). I managed to do the project with this workaround, although it was not ideal. Keeping the text exactly in place might be an interesting feature for the future.


Thank you and all the best,

Timo

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