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    Thank you 🙂

    The multiple textboxes though we created because we could not change the font size of the same text box in various views. We could change the size of the box but not the font size.

    The page titles we changed at the end, because the Lectora page title seems to be the title of the page in the browser and we wanted it to seem like one page…

    We will try to simplify the course as you suggested and I will let you know whether changes helped soon.

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    I found the text scaling option at last 🙂

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    Yes, scaling 🙂

    Also, when it comes to backgrounds, you can use multiple images as source files for a SINGLE background image object in different views. So again, no need to multiple image objects and multiple actions to switch between them in different views.

    Let me know if you need any further help. I’d be happy to take another look at the second version you come up with.

    Here’s a great tutorial by Daryl Fleary: http://community.trivantis.com/knowledge-base/responsive-course-design-action-need-know/

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