I have been working this further and think I've come up with a process to take traditional design files set to print ...in spread format...use liquid layout to reformat but keep facing pages ON when reproportioning for 1024x768_Tall. Then once the layout has been reproportioned allow Document pages to shuffle, separate as seen in attached...and upload to folio builder.
I find following these steps in progression allow master page setup in spreads to not mess the page layout up.
Seems to work! Anyone know if this practice is not suggested for some reason?
On funny thing that happens while testing is that Object States sometimes jump to wrong page when testing in the Content viewer. Don't know if this is due to the page spread shuffle or if its just a buggy content viewer?
Looks like you have pages with a lot of text. That's all going to have to be restyled and that will likely result in more pages.
Well for stage one I was going to offer to the client there Pub as is. Just so its available on the pads.....With few overlays.
Pinch and Zoom Pdf will be enabled so if they want they can read the smaller text.
Future option would be to yes restyle.
Any input on the Overlay popping up on wrong page occasionally? Its fine then Ill go back to the Content viewer a bit later and an Overlay such as MSO would be on on wrong page in the article....???
Think this has anything to do with the Shuffled facing pages???
You are running the risk of the app being rejected by Apple.
Overlays moving to the first page of an article is fairly common complaint and it’s bug in the ACV that seems to happen mostly with horizontal swipe only set for the article.
I find archiving and redownloading the folio to fix it.
Great news so I can keep the facing pages.
Your input is appreciated.
On what grounds would it be rejected? any idea?
Poor user experience. Too much like a book.
Either one, unless I’m missing something and based on what I can see here, would be perfectly valid rejections.
Gotcha. We hope to make up for it with multimedia