Pardon the un-technical term, but I'm working on a project with a mix of smooth scrolling and static, vertically-navigable articles. Before updating my DPS tools and the Content Viewer app, everything worked fine. But now, multi-page articles seem jumpy when I swipe to advance between page views on my iPad 3 (the app was built only for retina display). It takes a few tries to swipe down to the next page. Oddly, two-page articles don't seem to have this problem. I'm only seeing it when articles are 3+ pages.
Really need to figure this out ASAP... Trying to finish a project that took far longer than we budgeted for. Everything else was done, and all of a sudden pages are not transitioning smoothly like they were before.
Two questions for you:
1. Not one that I can share at the moment, but 9/27 would be risky if you wanted to use v23. I'm factoring in how long it generally takes Apple to approve submitted items, and if my calendar math is right you would be cutting things very, very, close.
2. I'm honestly not familiar with how we handle Single Edition updates. I do know that from past threads here people have reported success in publishing minor updates/bug fixes to SE applications without having to pay again, but I don't really know how that all works.
You can certainly create folios that target v21 using the viewer version option in the new folio dialog when creating the folio. I believe Viewer Builder will let you target that viewer version as well for Single Edition, but I haven't tried it.
Thanks. I see the Viewer Version option under Folio Properties for the one we've already created. But it won't let me choose a different version from the pull-down. Does this only work when creating a new folio?
Thanks, guys. We'll probably go this route – the jittery page transitions are really distracting and would be a wet blanket at the client's trade show.
I suppose we can build a new folio from our existing files. Maybe it'll go faster than the first time around.