iClicker Cloud Presentation Mode Behaviors

Document created by Digital Support on Mar 12, 2018Last modified by Digital Support on Mar 14, 2018
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See the tables below for common behaviors and/or issues that occur when using iClicker Cloud versions 4.0 and above with presentation software that is set to "presentation mode" or "full screen mode."


PowerPoint

 

Windows

Mac


Single screen


Taskbar appears when iClicker is in focus* and is captured in screenshots of polling questions.


No issues


Mirroring computer screen to projector


Taskbar appears when iClicker is in focus* and is captured in screenshots of polling questions.


Polling screen shots will capture the wrong screen when PowerPoint presenter view is in this mode.


Extending computer screen to projector


No issues


No issues


Extending computer screen to second monitor


No issues

No issues


Google Slides

 

Windows

Mac


Single screen


Taskbar appears when iClicker is in focus* and is captured in screenshots of polling questions.


When ending a session, the confirmation window opens behind the presentation. This is a Mac-browser limitation that cannot be fixed.


Mirroring computer screen to projector


Taskbar appears when iClicker is in focus* and is captured in screenshots of polling questions.


N/A

Extending computer screen to projector


No issues


When ending a session, the confirmation window opens behind the presentation. This is a Mac-browser limitation that cannot be fixed.


Extending computer screen to second monitor


No issues


When ending a session, the confirmation window opens behind the presentation. This is a Mac-browser limitation that cannot be fixed.


Keynote

 

Windows

Mac


Single screen


N/A


No issues


Mirroring computer screen to projector


N/A


N/A


Extending computer screen to projector


N/A


No issues


Extending computer screen to second monitor


N/A


No issues



*iClicker is in focus when the program is selected and actively being used by the presenter.

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