I'm working on creating a Neatline exhibit to chart the movement of participants in an oral history project during World War II. Unlike all the examples of Neatline exhibits offered by the Scholars Lab, my exhibits appear squished into the left 2/3 of the screen on a wide-screen monitor. Here is what my public view looks like: http://marb.kennesaw.edu/meethistory/neatline/fullscreen/georgia-journeys-2
Where in the settings or code can I adjust this so that my exhibit takes up the entire screen? (Like in this example: http://ibnjubayr.neatline-uva.org/neatline/fullscreen/perspectives-on-the-haram#records/837)
Thanks for the help.
I'm having the same problem. Did you find a resolution?
Hi Adina Langer (and EMcG),
In the site you linked to, it looks like you have the NeatlineText widget enabled, but don't currently have anything in your Exhibit Narrative. NeatlineText automatically creates a div that takes roughly 1/3 of the screen, and if the narrative is empty, then it just creates whitespace. If you don't plan on using the narrative, I would disable NeatlineText in the exhibit settings.
Let me know if that doesn't work.
I would also check to see if the Neatlight theme has been chosen, as that will reserve screen space for the narrative. If so, selecting a different theme may solve the issue.