In the Adobe Content Viewer, my folio is showing up twice. Once with the blue corner with the lightening bolt, and once without. How do I get rid of one of them? My client is only wanting to see one.
The Adobe Content Viewer shows two types of content:
See also the documentation at: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/digitalpubsuite/using/WS9293e1fb3b977c5c7b 1f65ad12f28224932-7ff6.html
Using DPS Pro, you can make a multi-folio app for your client, which will only show the content on the distribution server.
With kind regards,
Again.....why can't you guys just outline the thumbnail in blue? Instead of ruining my thumbnail art with a gigantic ribbon and lightning bolt? Plenty of us are out here just using the Content Viewer to distribute sales tools/brochures. Better yet, why not have an option during publishing from the Folio Builder that simply removes the ribbon? Heck, leave it ON as a default if you must, just give users the option.
I agree with the necessity of an indication, and the blue ribbon is maybe a bit too much. On the other hand, outlining it with a blue border might not be clear enough. Someone might think the border is just part of the design. Why not a simple (blue?) notification in text, next to the icon ? That could be both clarifying and not intrusive.
Another possibility would be a grayed out or very muted preview image.
But honestly, with all the problems with bugs and constantly changing features, is this really worth getting worked up about?
It's obnoxious, invites non-stop questions from our users ("What's the blue thing mean? Have I not done something properly?") and arguably an easy fix amongst a sea of bugs and changing features. Grayed out would be even worse. *shrug* Some of us our designers and actually care about these things.
Peter's notion of some blue text is nice.
Would you rather like us to complain and rant about
the Bigger Trouble ? I've grown accustomed to that
and think they've been acknowledged enough by now.
Smaller things also matter and shouldn't go unnoticed.
So YES, they're really worth getting worked up about !
They make a working but rough product finally shine.
That's what this design industry is actually all about,
and what the tools at least should reflect as well.
Yes…that’s quite legitimate. Bugs are one thing, but breaking things that worked is even worse. That’s worth getting ticked off about.
A blue banner on an icon? No, not worth getting worked up over…but have it.