Hi lauren, can you explain how you're embedding both orientations? I believe in InDesign you can embed a new .oam for each orientation. Is that what you are doing?
Hi and thank for you answer.
my question was not correct.
as you believe (right) i first did embed one different .oam in each orientation.
The problem comes when rotating the iPad, the portrait does not replaces the landscape version. Instead the landscape version keeps playing in reduced size.
Because of that i tried to create a "responsive" .oam hoping it would work better than two separate .oam.
But nada ! A single oam is not the solution i think.
So indesign does not seem to replace the oam when rotating
Hey Lauren, are you seeing this same behavior when previewing in the DPS desktop viewer, or just on iPad?
You've probably already seen this article, but to preview on desktop, see "Previewing in the DPS desktop viewer" at this link:
It sounds like it's an issue with how you are embedding the oams in InDesign. Can you confirm that in the Folio Builder, you have orientation and portrait modes enabled for the Folio Orientation?