With the silent disappearance of the Browse button in the top bar of the Content Viewer, another nice little feature seems to have vanished. In the older viewers, one could tap the folio title in the top bar quickly three times, to reset all the article positions back to the top. A handy feature, especially if you're testing a lot of folio's or presenting one to a client. Is there a new trick to trigger this ? Clap my hands, pull my right ear lobe, and touch the Apple logo on my iPad, while whispering "Adobe Rocks" ?
BTW, this Browse button is still shown and described in the resident tutorial folio of the Content Viewer app.
About release 26: Will the scrubber still minimize the page view in addition to the reborn browse button? This would make sense especially if you deactivate the top HUD bar in the custom viewer via App builder.
Otherwise we should have the command to build the browse button ourself.
Okay, just admit it: Bob Bringhurst is just too lazy to edit the in-app tutorial, so you guys just put that button back in...
Just kidding ;-) Really glad to see it is being restored !! I already got used to the scrubber, but the icon/button makes much more sense to new users of the Viewer.
Now, back to that triple-tap – here we go...
One-two-three... nope. One-two-three... hmm.
Once more: one-two-three, YES ! There it is !
Must have been bad luck, previous efforts.