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    Is there a way to remove unwanted responsive views?

    We only want the Desktop and iPad Landscape for a current project.

    Is there a way to shut off certain views or is it a all or nothing setup?

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    I don’t understand what you mean by “remove”? You can’t prevent the user from rotating the device 😉

    What I’ve done once was to move everything off stage for the unwanted views and only added a text “This is a landscape application. Please rotate your device.” or “This course cannot be displayed on a phone.”

    An normal iPad (maybe not mini) should be able to display the default Desktop view, so to disable Responsive Course Design may be an option.

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    we’re not using the phone sizes, so it seems like a waste of space and resources to have the program export for these views. I was hoping I could disable them or something like you can with captivate and only export the views I need

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    Set it to non-responsive output. 1 view. If needed you can scale the view on Ipad with Javascript…

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