Full screen should go full screen. InVision App allows a full-screen takeover when viewing a prototype. Why does the content go into a small rectangle centered in the browser with Adobe product notes in the corners? I am designing full screen, the prototype should follow that format. There is no need to see things like the date and time or "Made with Adobe XD." My client doesn't care, they are not designers. The client is my focus.
Upon clicking the "Fullscreen" button in the top corner, the screen still has a black background bordering the content. It should snap to the edges or at least provide the option like InVision. In addition, when viewing in "full screen" there is no "X" or "Exit" prompt. There should be. Clients feel trapped on the page and confused by the "X" in the design of the page.
We’ve changed the fullscreen mode in the shared prototype viewer to fix these issues. If you still have problems, please do file a new request in this database!
this is not completed
Stu Nami commented
Fullscreen breaks all triggers and animations. Why is that? Same goes for Preview mode in XD app. Once you click fullscreen, all animations stop working and the boards don't transition.
it's easy, just make sure your artboard height and viewport height is the same.
The full screen mode is TERRIBLE. There's no scroll or zoom and it's cutting off the damn content. I've had to export a PDF that came to 218mb. I mean WHAT THE HELL.
Any advise on this?????
Omg is this still not fixed? wth
how can I make it full screen?
Harun Alikadić commented
I do not understand this feature completed. How can I have a dynamic viewport height that adjusts to available height of the browser window, for desktop designs. I want to share desktop preview in fullscreen and I want it to fill the height while maintaining the assigned width.
Gustavo Lo Valvo commented
Hi Elaine. Maybe I'm wrong but I still have the same problem...
Welcome to adobe, does this Company really have plan ? I have the same problem, full screen is an issue but is one of the most important steps to web design... HMMMM
Adding ?featureset=fullscreenScaleToFit&fullscreen at the end of the URL works.
Saw the solution on this discussion thread https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2458877
This is an issue I am facing since the past two days...previously, all the artboards shared in Adobe XD in fullscreen mode occupied the entire screen viewport as they were meant to be...but now, all the artboards shared and published online are never opening in fullscreen mode, despite the fullscreen option being selected at the time of publishing them. And unfortunately, even my previously published links to other artboards have become a victim to this issue when i am opening them in different browsers now.
Brendan Lynch commented
Bug: Could not click interactable elements with prototype URL having parameters '?featureset=fullscreenScaleToFit&fullscreen' at the end when the view port height was set all the way to the bottom for all but one of my art boards. The one art board where the view port height was much higher, only one interactable element on the page was clickable. Setting the view port height to be much higher on all art boards fixed the issue.
Adriano Fernandes commented
Hi Elaine. We still don't see the "X" to exit the fullscreen on the prototype and go back the comment view. Please, could the Adobe Team add this simple feature?
All my prototypes that fit a 1920 (artboard) are NOW LETTERBOXED!! wth??
Armando Scuro commented
I would assume that once Adobe XD releases responsive design capability (which I assume on Oct 2018), browsers can then understand how to scale. but knowing Adobe XD team, this can take 3 years before feature gets started.
@shawheen, I completely agree. The fact that my prototypes are being displayed inside a fixed size container in the middle of the browser is confusing to clients. For me this is a deal breaker and I was hoping that this would be fixed by now. I still need to use Invionsapp for building prototypes for clients. With InVision Studio, a direct competitor to XD, being released soon, I wonder if Adobe will get some of these much-needed fixes in place sooner than later.
Sean McCrory commented
This issue is that the screens uploaded to the web are PNG images, not actual text etc. Stretching (and content blurring) will occur, ergo designs will look awful when viewed at higher dimensions of, for example a 1080p display vs 768p design.
Unless the XD team start outputting actual text (not likely as there will be issues with custom fonts within the design being rendered) this will remain an issue.
It's weird with the newest update of XD there's a checkbox to choose fullscreen when you publish your prototype and it still does the black letterboxing. So I don't see the point of that check box.
Yes, I feel like I have to kinda guess the right font sizes etc because it's not full screen
Any chance this feature will be ready for the new year? If it cant be done, I will have to begin this project with InVision and continue to use it for all of 2018.
@Joan Thank you, curious to see how it works out. Adding to Jonathan's comment, I agree it would be the icing on the cake to have comments available while viewing the prototype full screen. The ideal situation is to always view 100% width of the screen, in the standard mode so you can write comments and view in full screen.
For a frame of reference, here is a link to what my clients are comfortable with.
I am not creating a website mockup. I am designing printed signage for an event. This "homepage" has a list of helpful links and imagery of deliverables that I must share with the client for approval prior to production. I am sharing with over 30 people. All sorts of non-designers and enterprise-oriented professionals. The kind of people who often don't know what "below the fold" means, so it needs to be intuitive and easy. (On this note, it would be great if pinch-to-zoom was available. They sometimes need to view items up-close, as these printed items are often larger than 10 ft big)
@Viktorija Thank you, but viewing full screen still shows a black margin (on a mac, using chrome). In Adobe XD I do not see anything labeled "above-the-fold dimensions" or "Viewport Height option." If you create a checkmark, will it be a toggle for me? Or for the viewer? I would like my client to view the portal as is, not have to click a button for every page. There will be over 200 different deliverables I need to share and would like the approval process to be as seamless as possible.