I am having major performance problems on both the iPad 2 and the new iPad. The new iPad performs much worse than the iPad 2. I used Liquid Layouts in InDesign to generate the new iPad Format. Can anyone give me any tips how to deal with this issue.
thanks for the answeres... I tried all possible formats (PDF, JPG and PNG) and that did not help. Also in PDF format, most of my overlays did not work properly anymore - cos they have interactive content - basicly gave moe more problems...
@ Bob: I have shared the Folio with European Prod Supp, and sent them also the crash reports - we have the Gold Support. Should hear from them, today. I will let you know what they say.
Toutoungi, can you please provide more information on the problems you saw with overlays when generating in PDF format for your articles? PDF format is our recommended method for targeting iPad 2 and the new iPad, and we have many publishers successfully creating and selling content using it as the folio format. You should not be seeing overlays don't work properly.
The overlay that does not work properly when I export using PDF is a sort of drop down Contents list - it contains a list of Buttons (text only) which depending on the number of pages in the article needs to be scrolable. that means I have interactive button elements in a scrolable frame. When I export using PDF format the scroll function is bugy - to scroll I need to basicly touch the pad right in between the bottons (6px space) to be able to scroll up or back down. On the other hand, this works perfectly when I export the articles in JPG ( but very bad performance) or set it to automatic (better performace but not right cos obviously the PDF format is smaller). Like i said i am in contact with Adobe European Product Support - i shared the folio with them and they are testing it.
I could share the folio with you as well... or at least part of it if you want...
Thanks a lot
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