Feature "Center screen & hide overflow" - Public prototype
There is a great feature in platform 'Marvel' to publish website prototypes, an option to select: "Center screen & hide overflow - Crops images on either side and keeps them centered in view". This would be great for solving the problems of various browser resolutions.
It's been over 2 years now and now and we still don't have the option to hide overflow... Come on adobe, do it already, It's extremely annoying having to explain to clients how to view their page in 100%. Even on my 1440p monitor a 1920px wide layout does not open in 100% full screen, I have to manually press esc, change it to 100% and then hit the full screen button.
This has been posted in july and we still dont have the option to hide overflow... come on adobe, being able to open the layout in 100% zoom and hide the overflowing parts both on the sides and bottom is a very basic thing that I've been using on Marvelapp for over 4 years. Not having the option on Xd is a deal breaker. I've been a paying costumer of the full CC Suite for 5 years now but I'm still dependent on a payed Marvelapp account because of this feature. Fix this already.
Fred Passos commented
Same here. Hurry, please!!!
That's the only reason i still use InVision / Marvel for web prototype!
Cristi Banu commented
I was just about to start this topic, I'm pretty sure others suggested this as well with other words.
PLEASE ADOBE, my clients are always asking me why everything is so small. I have to re-do everything to fit their tiny laptops, as I design on 1920x1080.
Bjørn Normann commented
I cannot believe that this feature has only got five votes so far! It took me a while to discover this feature in Invision and I would get a lot of comments from clients about the text being too small and the content area too narrow and so on because they were looking at a 1920px wide design scaled down to fit their 1280px wide screen. As Diegous so beautifully suggests this could simply be solved with a check box centering the screen and disabling vertical scroll. Of course there would still be issues in regards to full width content being cropped, but still this feature would go a long way.