Please, someone have de same problem?!
When i update my folio through the Folio Builder in Indesign 5.5, the Content Viewer in iPad dont update de folio.
In Acrobat.com i see the contents update, but in iPad/Adobe Content Viewer not.
Why this problem happens?
Adobe Content Viewer on iPad doesn't even allow me to see my Folio. It says i need to update the Content Viewer app, but according to the App Store i have the latest version ! How can i test my Folio on the iPad (i can test it with the desktop app, but that's not the real deal !) ?
As I wrote on another thread (and this was directed at Adobe employees)
"I have been closely monitoring many threads here at DPS (and DPS Private Beta Forums) in the last few weeks, and yes I am new to this particular product group having only been in it since March. But I wonder if there is some way that Adobe can be made aware of how serious this issue is with Builder and Viewer and tools "not lining up" with Apple.
"To keep putting this problem on Apple is somewhat of a shopworn technique (and I say this with all due respect.). Still, Apple commands fully 80+ % of the tablet market. They are the big dog.
"Suggestions for the future: Perhaps there will be a way to choose a tools/viewers workflow at startup -- or to put a bigger "red flag" before installing any update that is not yet supported by Apple. Approaching this from the engineering side, you may have forgotten just how many disclaimer screens the average designer/production person faces every week! Many of us don't read them carefully. (Richard Dreyfuss reads them).
"I have nothing but admiration for what Adobe software engineers are trying to do -- and these are nascent times to be sure. But it certainly seems like this launch is going poorly.
Less effective than an Adobe app that desn't do it's work?
Or less effective than forum moderators that can't tell customers when their product is going to start working again?
What are you guys here for?
I was not aware that my message, that I took time to thoughtfully compose, had any links to Nigerian princes, Viagra or making money from home.
That said, my company that I own, has spent literally tens of thousands of dollars on Adobe software. I think I get a voice.
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No one is perfect but we must acknowledge that with out the help of Bob Levine, Bend 033 and Bob Bringhurst this forum would have a lot less value.
This Digital Publishing Suite is leading edge and has got some growing pains. Adobe will deliever.