1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 22, 2011 11:42 PM by Peter Grainge

    AdobeAir Content Width

    AnyAvailableUsername

      Hello Community!

       

      I've spent some time working with Robohelp HTML Webhelp and now am tasked to develop a second mockup of a webhelp.  I'm looking at using AdobeAir, however, I have the following issues:

       

      1) The navigation menu is set to a width that I cant seem to change. On generating a project it looks ridiculous.  How can I reduce the width of the content menu?

      2) The standard layout has a title bar positioned above a breadcrumb bar.  The title bar appears to be limited in width and cuts off the title of the page.  How can I:

      • Change the width
      • Change the font size.

      3) The top right hand corner allows for a 32x32 graphic. how can I increase the size of this logo?

      4) Is it me, or is Adobe Air insanely limited in what it can do? - looks pretty but can't do much with it.

       

       

      Cheers

        • 1. Re: AdobeAir Content Width
          Peter Grainge Adobe Community Professional

          1) The navigation menu is set to a width that I cant seem to change. On generating a project it looks ridiculous.  How can I reduce the width of the content menu?

          2) The standard layout has a title bar positioned above a breadcrumb bar.  The title bar appears to be limited in width and cuts off the title of the page.  How can I:

          • Change the width
          • Change the font size.

          3) The top right hand corner allows for a 32x32 graphic. how can I increase the size of this logo?

          4) Is it me, or is Adobe Air insanely limited in what it can do? - looks pretty but can't do much with it.

           

          Sorry but that is the way things are with AIR Help.

           

          The more people who report a bug or request a feature, the more likely it is to be actioned. Please follow this link.

           

          http://www.Adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform&product=38

           


          See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips

           

          @petergrainge