What EPUB reader are you using on Android? Have you tried any others?
We are so sorry,
We have done nothing as of now to support things on andriod, There can be chances that things are not working well on kobo or other such viewers.
Basic functionality support is there but interactivity ma be showing some issues.
I have tried all sorts of readers and all give the same result of the buttons not working - may end up having to do html version, but was trying to avoid that
Is there any plan to address lack of Android support or are Adobe ignoring that community?
I have the same problem and it seems very strange that the only possible solution is to tell customers to buy an iOS tablet and not an Android...
Anybody have any suggestions on how to solve this issue?? Adobe????
Is there really absolutely NO interactivity possible for Android devices?
Question for Bob: I remember you mentioned somewhere that show/hide buttons weren't working in FXL... But could there be a possibility of using MSO's instead that COULD work on Android?
A very interesting potential client has asked me to test their FXL for them to work on Android, so I am really eager to be able to propose something to them! Can't believe I will just have to tell them to forget it!!!
I was just about to go and buy an Android tablet for testing... But should I really?
Isn't there ANY other avenue, tweaks, miracles possible...?
It’s anchored buttons that don’t work. Hopefully that gets fixed in an upcoming update.
I have managed to get some functionality to work on Android. The issue seems to be around whether the epub reader has the capability.
I have interactive buttons now working correctly but only in 1 reader. I have been trying to contact the development team of the reader to follow up but they seem to be ignoring me!
If you want Maryse you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will try to help.
Hoping that Adobe InDesign ePub 3 FXL will work on any (Android) ePub reader, is wishful thinking. The ePub 3 standard can hardly be met by all hardware, and only a few apps and applications support ePub 3 FXL. And even this software doesn't know how to handle a typical InDesign ePub 3 FXL, which has its quirks...
It's better to hope Adobe will release a rock solid version of Adobe Digital Edition (or any other Adobe branded reader) on all platforms.
In the meantime, users in the US and UK can use Adobe Publish Online, to let i.e. readers on Android browse to an online version of the ePub 3 FXL.
I believe the most recent update added support for multiple languages for Publish Online.
Hey, look ! Something - indeed - happened during the holidays :-)
An update for InDesign CC 2015 pops from the Creative Cloud panel...