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April 13, 2017


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Matt Lorenzi

Great and helpful article!
Can you explain to me what Medium (default) means win terms of Layout (web)? One would think it would switch to Layout (non-print)? My point is, when it switches to Medium (default), non of my CSS rules pertaining to image size take effect, so images in Flare appear much greater than they would in HTML5. I think I'm just having a hard time understanding what Medium (default) means.

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