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Can I live preview my project without having to publish it first?

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I'm working on a project which is not fully functioning in the "fullscreen preview" mode. I have to publish it first to see it work the way I wanted.

My Question is: besides the "fullscreen preview" mode, is there a "live preview" mode that I can go to and check if everything is working fine before I publish it?

By the way, does Thimble has a "console"?

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The following error message was from my browser's console when I was in the "fullscreen preview" mode:

Mixed Content: The page at 'blob:https%3A//mozillathimblelivepreview.net/ab89dad4-6f53-4078-ad37-d099eeed4dc5' was loaded over HTTPS, but requested an insecure script 'http://app.geogebra.org/5.0/web/web.nocache.js'. This request has been blocked; the content must be served over HTTPS.

I'm working on a project which is not fully functioning in the "fullscreen preview" mode. I have to publish it first to see it work the way I wanted. My Question is: besides the "fullscreen preview" mode, is there a "live preview" mode that I can go to and check if everything is working fine before I publish it? By the way, does Thimble has a "console"? --- The following error message was from my browser's console when I was in the "fullscreen preview" mode: Mixed Content: The page at 'blob:https%3A//mozillathimblelivepreview.net/ab89dad4-6f53-4078-ad37-d099eeed4dc5' was loaded over HTTPS, but requested an insecure script 'http://app.geogebra.org/5.0/web/web.nocache.js'. This request has been blocked; the content must be served over HTTPS.

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Full screen mode is the only way to preview a project as if it's been published. Similar to your other question, your script needs to be loaded via https in order to work properly.

Let us know if that solves your problem!

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Full screen mode is the only way to preview a project as if it's been published. Similar to your other question, your script needs to be loaded via https in order to work properly.

Let us know if that solves your problem!

Full screen mode is the only way to preview a project as if it's been published. Similar to your other question, your script needs to be loaded via https in order to work properly. Let us know if that solves your problem!