Hi bob thank you for you replay.
Yes I think there is no problem in the settings.
Selected the frame i have;
direction : Autodetect
indicator : hide
position : upper left
Here is an image of the scrollable content,
i can't grab it when i touch the image=button
but i can grab the gray part in between...
and there is no problem when I test it in the desktop viewer,
it only happens when I test it on the iPad,
and tested it on different iPads...
what can be the problem
I just created and tested and it's working fine for me... I mean I can scroll from any part of the frame and mso is active only when I tap a thumbnail photo which is a button.
I placed 12 pics in indesign and grouped them. Then I used the place into button to put it in a frame. I used overlay creator and made it a scrollable fame. I also created a mso of digit 1 to 12 and used the 12 pics as buttons to go to each state. Published the folio. Tested it in desktop and iPad... It's working alright. I guess there is something wrong with your process. Do reply.
Hey, I even tried putting a single image inside the scrollable content frame with blank frames on top and grouped with the single image, used as buttons... It still works...
I think Bob is right... Check your scrollable content settings... I think you have not set the scroll direction properly or it may still be saying off...
Im still here having this problem...
the only thing that i found is that i can "grab" the content
when the buttons function is to change the MSO.
when I put the button linked to another page is when i cant grab anymore the scrollable content...
I would like to know if this is normal.
once again Ive checked all the setting in the overlay creator and everything is fine.
thank you so much.
I'm having the same problem as well for some time now. Since the v20 was released the buttons inside a scrolling frame cannot be 'grabbed'. Only if you scroll in the 'inactive' area the content scrolls, if you touch a button and scroll (not tap) the frame doesn't scroll. Again this was perfect in before but something seems to have changed.
Bob, any idea?