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 ### Apply your changes to your live preview ### Apply your changes to your live preview
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-<note important>This feature is an upcoming feature that will be available in a future version of GDevelop.</note> 
  
 When the preview of your game is running, you can click again the Play button to apply any changes that you made in the editor to your preview. This is very useful for example to design the level of your game while playing to it, allowing you to quickly see and test the result without having to restart from the beginning of the level after each change. When the preview of your game is running, you can click again the Play button to apply any changes that you made in the editor to your preview. This is very useful for example to design the level of your game while playing to it, allowing you to quickly see and test the result without having to restart from the beginning of the level after each change.
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-<note tip>You can close the pop-up window in the editor and continue to edit your game. If you launch a new preview, the mobile devices and any connected computer will automatically refresh the game to show the changes made!</note>+You can now close the pop-up window in the editor and continue to edit your game. When you click on the button to apply the changes to the preview, all the previews running on your computer, other computers or tablet/phones will be updated. 
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 +You can also hit the "Reload" button of your device browser to restart the preview from scratch. 
  
 ## Launch a preview with the Debugger and the Profiler ## Launch a preview with the Debugger and the Profiler