Can I put in a request for Adobe to create a retina version (HD) of the Adobe Content Viewer please?
It doesn't make sense to test pages in an environment which only displays 1024 x 768 rendtions on a retina iPad.
Any ideas? Thoughts?
Adobe Content Viewer will show HD folios and is a retina application. How are you trying to test your folio? If you are using the preview on device feature make sure to select your retina folio rendition in Folio Builder Panel and preview from there. If you preview from the Folio Overlays panel we don't know what size you want and default to SD.
I want to see how a non-retina PDF format folio performs on a retina device. So we only need to create one rendition.
We are setting the Folio and articles to PDF format and they are still fuzzy on overlays, multi-state objects and buttons, etc.
BTW, I'm not sure what you mean by a non-retina PDF folio. The idea behind using PDF is to create a folio compatible with both retina and non-retina devices. IME, this creates a very nice compromise between the two.
There is no way in the world you should save a 2048x1536 folio as PDF. The file size will be humongous!
So there is a bit of a UI thing here that you may want to improve on. Buttons and text will be fine if set to vector where used.
The only way to make a multi-object state 'vector' is to apply that format to the MSO in SLIDESHOWS in The Folio Overlays panel.
Not clear at all...
So potentially, no DPS magazines need use the retina rendition size - unless vital.
Why would you if the 1024 x 768 scales up via PDF vectoring? Do you agree?
Thanks Bob. Hope you're well.
Unless it's absolutely critical I see no reason to do two renditions. As
for vector MSOs keep in mind that it's all or nothing...kinda.
If it's image heavy you should go with raster but if you have some text
you want to remain sharp, I came up with a workaround: