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Christine Hendrickson

Hi Thomas, 

Are you trying to do this with the entire project, or a specific slide?

If you want to make the size of the project larger, you can do that by adjusting the "Story Size" (found on the Design menu in Storyline). 

If you want to adjust the browser window size, you can do that in the player properties:

Let me know if this isn't what you're trying to do, or if you have any questions.

Thanks!

Bruce Graham

Christine Hendrickson said:

Tom,

Can you post a link to the published content or share your .story file here so we can see what you mean?


I was just going to say that as well......

I thought I knew what you were trying to do but now I'm now as confused as a chameleon in a bag of Skittles.

Bruce

Christine Hendrickson

Bruce Graham said:

Christine Hendrickson said:

Tom,

Can you post a link to the published content or share your .story file here so we can see what you mean?


I was just going to say that as well......

I thought I knew what you were trying to do but now I'm now as confused as a chameleon in a bag of Skittles.

Bruce


Haha! Now, that was an entertaining visual! Thanks, I needed that.

..Though, I may look at Skittles differently now, hehe.

Katie Riggio

Hi there, Angel! You got it 🙂 you'll need to publish the course to see the effect. I’ve got a hunch you may find our article on changing the browser settings and player size handy as well as the new modern player feature – it scales smoothly to completely fill the learner’s browser on every device and screen size.

Hope that helps, and let us know if you need anything else!