Navigating quickly through your script with the Thumbnail Bar and Settings Menu.

The fastest way to move through your script is by using the Thumbnail Bar.

On the bottom of the screen, by default, there are thumbnail images of each page. You can tap and drag your finger across the thumbnail images to navigate to any particular page.

Want to adjust or hide the Thumbnail Bar? Scroll down to learn more.



Don't see the Thumbnail Bar? Just like the Top Toolbar, tap anywhere on the script to make it appear / disappear.

The page navigation settings can be controlled from the Settings Menu.

To access Settings, tap the File Browser.



At the bottom of the window, tap Settings.



From here, you can adjust preferences on Page Mode, Scroll Direction, Page Transition, Page Fitting and Thumbnails.



Let's take a closer look at each of these settings. You'll surely discover the presets that work for you!

TIP for iOS users: The fastest way to swipe through your script is by selecting Page Transition: Continuous.

Page Mode

Single - Shows 1 page at a time, regardless of how you are holding the device.
Double - Shows 2 pages at a time, regardless of how you are holding the device.
Automatic - Changes with your device configuration. When the device is held in Portrait, it's Single. When the device is held in Landscape, it's Double.


Scroll

Vertical - Move between pages by swiping up / down.
Horizontal - Move between pages by swiping left / right.


Page Transition

Jump - Views 1 full page at time.
Continuous - Allows partial view of pages as you swipe through the script.
Curl - Animates the page turn as if you were turning a page in a binder!


Page Fitting

Fit - A full script page will be displayed regardless of screen orientation. You might have to zoom in to make notes.
Fill - A full script page fills the width of the screen at all times. You might have to scroll up / down to make notes.
Adaptive - Changes with device configuration. When the device is held in Portrait, it's Fit. In Landscape, it's Fill.


Thumbnails

Floating - A condensed and taller thumbnail display.
Docked - An expanded and shorter thumbnail display.
None - Disables the thumbnail bar entirely, only displaying page number.


What's Next?

How can I use Auto Scroll?
An Overview of the Annotation Toolbar
What are Layers and how do I use them?
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