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Hmm. In the same acrobat.com account, have you tried to create a quick 'dummy' folio (just a simple one pager) that would at least confirm if you've got access to the account from the viewer? Upload that new dummy folio, then Sign In again in the Content Viewer. If that dummy isn't showing up, something's wrong and it's probably not the Content Viewer.
Another test? Create a brand NEW acrobat.com account and upload the dummy or first page of your other folio that new account. Sign in to the Content Viewer. If you see your folio.....
After that, I'd hit that UNSHARE choice as fast as lightning (blue lightning!). I found the whole share/unshare very goofy.
I actually think there should be another button called KILL THIS FOLIO FOREVER. When someone archives, but then logs back into the same account, they are always prompted to download the folio they just deleted. Grr.
I'll do that right now-- and let you know-- meantime THANKS!
I’ve used the archive button on several occasions to force the full folio to download again.
Right, after you Archive, the Archive button should turn into a Download button, and you can just download the folio again. Are you signed in to the Adobe Content Viewer with the same account that you're using in the Folio Builder panel? Did you archive a folio that someone shared with you?
Thanks to you all! Just to update, I started over. Deleted the online original and just started over. No worries. I learn from everything I do right or wrong! I always appreciate the online advice.