Hi everybody, nobody can fix this problem in some way? If somebody in Adobe want to see what happens, just download my files here:
are 58.9 mb, two stacks:
First one with 1 _v file with two pages and 1 _h file with one page > PDF pinch and zoom don't work
Second one with 1 _v file with four pages and 1 _h file with two pages > PDF pinch and zoom work
I include also the original pdf that I import in the indesign files (the same one in both staks).
I looked quickly at the files, and I don't think this is a matter of single-page vs. multiple pages. You're comparing apples and oranges. If you delete pages in your multi-page PDF stack that's working, it will pinch and zoom just fine. Your single page has a placed PDF image that's larger than the page. I'm not sure if that's the problem, but that's what I would look at. Try scaling it down. Let me know if you have any luck. If it still fails, let me know, and I'll look more closely at the files tomorrow.
thanks for your answer, I confirm you the problem is related with a single-multiple pages.
If you try to open and test the first stack with 2 vertical pages and 1 horizontal page when you upload with Folio Builder the pdf became a jpg (or png I can't control the format), if you duplicate the horizontal page to obtain 2 horizontal pages and update the folio, the pdf works.
I also tried to leave only one H page and one V page, also in this case the PDF has become an image.
This mean if you want to have a pdf with pinch and zoom you must have at least two V pages and two H pages.
This isn't written anywhere, Adobe can fix this big problem?
Any suggestion to obtain the same result (2 vertical page and 1 horizontal related each other when you move you iPad from vertical to horizontal position) with another tecnique?
Thanks in advance
Can you try the sample that I've uploaded for you at: http://db.tt/tWd65hPt (Temporary Dropbox link)
- Create a new folio, and set default image format to PDF
- Import Multiple articles and click the folder containing "1, 2 and 3"
- It should create 3 articles and set the properties
This results in a folio where you have 1 page horizontal (containing 2-up two pdf pages) and 2 pages in the vertical article, next two each other with 'Horizontal swipe'
thanks for your answer and for your sample.
My test was the same of your but your files works and my don't! This is very strange. With my indesign files the result remain an image instead a pdf but if I duplicate your indesign test files and import my pdf, works...
Obviously there is something that causes this difference. It would be nice, also for other users, undestand what.
I hqve also a problem with the Pinch and Zoom
In some pages of my Folio (import as PDF) I am simply blocked and I cannot navigate/swipe to the other articles or the pages below
I happen in to cover of stack (one with mpg4 video playing with MSO behind) and in one cover stack with just a jpg, text and one MSO
Did somebody have the same problem ?
As soon as I re import my folio into Automatique format, the problem disappear
I think there might be a bug here.
I've successfully created a pinch zoom folio using the sidecar.zip files posted by Klaasjan.
However if I import my own article (_h and _v both set to iPad dimensions and containing a simple text field of text).
If the article format is set to PDF, once created and I view the Properties panel, the Smooth Scrolling option is set to Horizintal only and greyed out so it cannot be changed. So no pinch/zoom is available.
If the article format is set to Automatic, once created and I view the Properties panel, I can set the Smooth Scrolling property to Off (Snap to page) and tick the Horizintal Swipe Only checkbox (so I'm matching the setting of the sidecar examples).
However, when I the Update the article to the Folio Producer and then check the article Properties again, the Smooth Scrolling has reverted to Horizontal Only. So again, no pinch zoom.