Emulate workspace basics
Emulate workspace keyboard shortcuts
You can use the mouse to click the Emulate
keypad directly, or you can use the following equivalent keyboard
The arrow keys on the keyboard map to the corresponding
navigation keys on the Emulate workspace navigation keypad.
The Enter, or Return, key corresponds to the Emulate workspace
The Page Up and Page Down keys correspond to the Emulate
workspace Left and Right soft keys, respectively.
The number keys on your keyboard map to the corresponding
number keys on the Emulate workspace keypad.
Change to a different test device
In the Test Devices panel, double-click a new device. The
Active Device icon appears
next to the selected new device, which is loaded into the Emulate workspace.
The Emulate workspace plays the content from the beginning.
Note: You can emulate only one device at a time. However, you can
still select other files in different workspaces without affecting
the device selected for emulation. For example, you can select a
different device in the Browse workspace and view its information.
You can also select different devices to add to a group on the Test
Devices panel, without causing the Emulate workspace to switch to
emulating a different device.
Use detached view
The Emulate workspace offers a detached view.
Test devices using this view to simultaneously view the content
at 100% and use the device keypad without scrolling. For example,
with high-definition devices, such as clam-shell style mobile phones.
Do one of the following:
Select View > Detached.
The detached view appears on the left side of the Emulate workspace.
You can use the keypad on the detached view, or on the main view,
on the right side of the Emulate workspace.
Rotate the display
You can use this feature to test behavior of the page on
devices that change page orientation when the device is rotated.
the Rotate Clockwise button or the
Rotate Counterclockwise button . Click
the button repeatedly to rotate each additional 90°. You can also
select the rotate options from View > Rotate 90°.
Zoom in or out
Zoom Out . Alternatively,
you can also access all the zoom options from the View menu.
right-click the Zoom menu icon to display all the Zoom options.
the button repeatedly to zoom in or out in the following increments: 25%,
33%, 50%, 66%, 100%, 200%, 300%, 400%.
(CS5.5) To zoom to the exact dimensions of the device, select
View > Magnification > Zoom To Real Device Size.