Yet, we need to set
Show/Hide Toolbars [ Show ]
in order to offer the User a way to [exit Preview].
A hidden button OR a Script Trigger 'OnLayoutKeystroke' would allow to exit Preview with 'Toolbars hidden' to improve the user experience.
I agree with the request, since that would make it possible to give users a non-hidden way of doing this, but I still wanted to mention that you can as you can use
Enter Preview Mode [ Pause: Off ]
Pause/Resume Script [ Indefinitely ]
Enter Browse Mode [ Pause: Off ]
and have the user press Return to continue the script and thus exit preview mode without showing the toolbar.
… and with the Toolbars [Show] , you have the Buttons [ continue ] AND [ cancel ].
With those 2 options, keystroke [Return] works for 'continue', keystroke [Esc] is common for 'cancel' which doesn't work in this case
Still too much to ask my average user who might be great therapists, but soon gets lost when try to figure out the difference between cmd / ctrl / Return / Esc.
My suggestion would be to allow the navigation part to show above the preview in preview mode. This would allow you to give the user a page by page preview of their document without showing the toolbars or creating a PDF. Buttons for previous/next/export/print/cancel could be in the navigation part.
Jason's got it right
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