I am about to launch my magazine on the iPad, just need to send the App for Apple's approval. Unfortunately I am facing the problem above when changing orientation on iPad 1, and I don't like the idea of launching a "buggy" product.
The scrollable frame that is causing the viewer to close is vertical and is 2517 px height.
Is there any size limit that I should keep when working with Scrollable Frames?
Thanks in advance.
I'm not aware of a specific scrollable frame-size limitation. If any complex overlay is causing the folio to crash the iPad1, you need to look into reducing the memory hit by making it smaller or simpler.
Bob L. and Bob B. ,
Thanks for the reply. I am not using extremely complex overalys. Some of these articles have been deconstructed and recreated, and in some cases, this has solved the problem. But for some articles I would have to do a totaly new layout and I don't have time for taht anymore. Since the porblem is iPad 1 only related, I'll live with that. Anyway, if find solutions that work, I'll post them here.
You got a point here Bob!
My idea is to send the app with only a few (perfectly functional) articles for approval.
One other thing I can do is to not work on both orientations. I am using vertical and horizontal orientations to complement the content, on the vertical layout I have the main article and, in some cases, I use the horizontal to present photos as slideshows, scrollable frames...
But after your comment, I'll con tinue to try (harder) to overcome the problem.
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