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Danielle Masek
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How to have image thumbnails scroll when arrows are pressed

Apr 23, 2012 7:47 PM

Tags: #scroll #images

Suppose you have a row of image thumbnails whereby you click them and a larger version of that image appears somewhere else. Now suppose at the end of that row, there are more images that need to scroll in (eg, there are more image thumbs than can fit the page so they're off the side). How do I do that for an interactive pdf? Is it possible?



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    Apr 23, 2012 8:25 PM   in reply to Danielle Masek

    Haven't tried ever ...but it would be intersting to try.....


    Give some time will try and check this night.

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    Apr 24, 2012 3:34 AM   in reply to Manish-Sharma

    Hi ,


    I tried to replicate what you wanted and found it very complicated in Indesign if you have high no.of images but not impossible.....


    You will not get the scrolling type effet on clicking the arrow but it will look like it is scroll bar.


    Here are the PDF and the Indesign file I created...check and let me know




    , Check the buttons panel in my indesign file to check the different button, as I have created "Buttons" and then then used the action "Show/hide button"...


    There are no.of buttons stacked one over the other and each one have the "Show/Hide button action"...

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    Aug 8, 2012 9:00 AM   in reply to Danielle Masek



    You can apply a scrollbar, you have of group the image, then copy and paste in, within a rectangulo, then you apply the scrollbar. But not have as you apply to the scrollbar on buttons. It will scroll to click of mouse our  with the touch of our finger on the Tablet.



    Sorry for English, i know more our less

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