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    With the new update I see new options for scaling in the browser window. Can I use the the Scale to fit and fill window if I have closed-captioned videos, or do I still have to keep the actual size?

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    Hi Deb (@Deb)

    Yes, you should be able to use the scaling options. The closed captions should adjust appropriately.

    If you do notice any issue please let us know (lectora.support@elearningbrothers.com) or post back here in the forum.

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    Sorry, I just want to verify.

    Previously CCing did not work with the scale to fit.

    The following variables had to = f: bFillWindow and vFillWidth. So CCing only worked with full screen. Has that been changed to work with the scaling?

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    Hi Deb (@Deb)

    I tried this in Lectora Online and it worked for audio and video closed captioning.

    Please check it with a test title and see if you see any issues I missed!

    Thank you.

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