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twine2:playing_testing_proofing_and_publishing_stories [2015/05/15 16:24]
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 It can be helpful to review all of your story'​s text without any of its interactivity-- to catch typos or other grammatical errors, for instance. To do this, choose **View Proofing Copy** from the story map's story menu. Twine will open a new tab or window with your proofing content. ​ It can be helpful to review all of your story'​s text without any of its interactivity-- to catch typos or other grammatical errors, for instance. To do this, choose **View Proofing Copy** from the story map's story menu. Twine will open a new tab or window with your proofing content. ​
  
-//​Important://​ the URL that your web browser may show when proofing a story will not work on other people'​s computers. If you'd like someone to help you with proofing your story, try printing it or using your browser'​s Save option to save it to a file. +<WRAP important>​ 
 +The URL that your web browser may show when proofing a story will not work on other people'​s computers. If you'd like someone to help you with proofing your story, try printing it or using your browser'​s Save option to save it to a file. 
 +</​WRAP>​
 ===== Publishing a Story ===== ===== Publishing a Story =====
  
 When you're ready to share your story with other people, you can publish it to a file. This file can be posted to a web site, emailed, or otherwise shared. To do this, choose **Publish File** from the story menu in the story map. The published file will automatically appear in the download folder you've set in your browser. When you're ready to share your story with other people, you can publish it to a file. This file can be posted to a web site, emailed, or otherwise shared. To do this, choose **Publish File** from the story menu in the story map. The published file will automatically appear in the download folder you've set in your browser.
  
-//iOS note:// ​published ​files on this platform are created as a ZIP archives, which can be sent to a storage app such as Dropbox or Google Drive. Due to a limitation in iOS, however, this file will always be named unknown.zip. You can, of course, rename ​the file once it appears in your file storage app.+<WRAP info> 
 +Other people will able to import your published ​story into Twine and view the story map 
 +</​WRAP>​
  
-//​Also ​important:// other people will able to import your published story into Twine and view the story map+<​WRAP ​important
 +Published files on iOS devices are created as a ZIP archives, which can be sent to a storage app such as Dropbox or Google Drive. Due to a limitation in iOS, however, this file will always be named unknown.zip. You can, of course, rename ​the file once it appears in your file storage app. 
 +</​WRAP>​
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