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End-users will quickly understand the layout and functionality of OnScreen applications.
Your OnScreen documentation will present a consistent look and feel across all your content.


Sample Screen - from the OnScreen User's Manual

Sample Screen

Here we see the most typical screen layout, with the Table of Contents on the left.

The Table of Contents can be omitted from any scene, dedicating the entire width to content.

Screen elements shown: -
(clock-wise from left)

Table of Contents. Generated automatically by OnScreen, this indented list provides links to the topics in the document, it enhances the user's understanding of the knowledge structure, and it depicts the user's current position in the content.

Find button. Allows the user to locate any term of interest, throughout the document.

Return button. For returning to the previously viewed screen.

Show Glossary Terms button. Automatically highlights all terms on the screen that carry definitions. When clicked by the user, a highlighted term automatically displays its definition.

Main content area. Displays text, graphics, animations, videos in any style and layout desired.

Go Back and Proceed buttons. Users typically proceed sequentially when learning new information, using these two buttons, then they prefer navigating via the Table of Contents, when using the document as a reference.

Notes field. Set below the main content area, this field permits the user to enter individualized remarks, clarifications, or reminders pertinent to the screen. These notes reside on each user's device, so they function whether the content is being view locally or on-line.

Bookmarks list. Set below the Table of Contents, this displays any screens marked by the user.