So further to my questions above... is there a way to make the TOC smaller/narrower so it doesn't increase the size by 250?
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Your issue is perplexing to say the least. When you record a project, the dimensions are what you used during the recording. This is independent of the current monitor resolution. So even if my monitor is configured for 1280 x 1024, if I recorded an area sized at 800 x 600 I get a project sized at 800 x 600. And unfortunately, with Captivate 4 if I choose a playback control it will add in whatever pixel dimensions it needs to present the playback controls. No way around that I'm afraid.
During playback I should see that I get an area sized at 800 x 600 (again, regardless of the monitor resolution).
Sorry, no way around the TOC width. You might wish to use the overlay style. If you would like to see that future Captivate versions behave differently, please consider submitting a wish form to ask for the ability to control TOC width and placement. (Link is in my sig)
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Thanks Rick - I appreciate your insight and glad to know I was not mistaken. I did set the TOC as overlay... its hard to see with the small >> icon at top-left that isn't customizable but it does show a TOC button on the playbar and its better than nothing... I have submitted a wish to Adobe -- wouldn't it be nice ;-)