Full screen

The full screen mode.

 

When clicking on the button furthest to the right in the navigation bar, we switch the full screen mode on.

The full screen mode allows you to preview the color rendering once you’ve printed your album.
Actually, the “saturated” colors can sometimes be clipped at the impression.

That happens because a computer screen works in RGB (3 colors), from a default black screen, while the impression is made in CMYK mode (3 colors + black) from a default white paper. The color amount shown in a screen is higher than what we can actually print. That affects the “fluo” colors, especially the saturated green tones.

You don’t particularly need to do anything to have the CMYK rendering, this one being used automatically when you go full screen mode, in the “Vertige-Edition”.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Yes, you were already in full screen… but now you have the maximum amount of space to see a bigger photo album and without block outlines.
In full screen mode, the photo album becomes the star along with the scrolling preview of the photo album’s double pages.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

We still have our navigation bar with a few minor differences:

(1) Button to reach the cover directly,
(2) Button to reach the first page directly,
(3) Button to reach the previous double page,
(4) Text indicating the current double page,
(5) Button to reach the next double page,
(6) Button to reach the last page directly.
(7) Switch the slideshow mode on/off. In slideshow mode, double pages are turned automatically every five seconds.
(8) Turn the full screen mode off.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Note: the current page in full screen mode is entirely independent from the current page in creation mode.