If you want a clearer view, you can let the user download a print PDF of the same InDesign file. You need to be updated to InDesign CC 2015.2 (11.2).
When you click Publish Online, in the Publish Online Options dialog, check "Allow Viewers to download the document as a PDF (Print)". Then when they view the Publish Online, there is a button which will allow them to download the PDF file where they can zoom in, and view more clearly.
In 'assets.adobe.com' you only get thumbnails fo the actual content
Maybe you could try and Publish Online for a better viewing experience + you can allow users to download a print PDF if needed.
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Well .. as Steve just said 2 minutes ago
Thanks for you replies
I know I get only a thumbnail preview but...
all pages have the same font and size. On some of them I can read the text fine, on others it's just blurry. Why is the thumbnail preview better on some pages?
Hoped there could be a way for the client to review files online instead of downloading pdfs. A lot of downloaded files could cause version chaos at client side.
Anyway, I'll check out the publish online feature and see how that works
This works well
Only thing is that it is just a web page showing the content of the files. Some kind of "project" folder structure to navigate in would have a been nice feature to this. Now the client needs to bookmark these pages. There is not a single entry point for viewing the project files.
How can I delete files when project is finished?
Is there a way to manage the files from creative cloud?
... or have I missed something here?
sorry guys.. found the dashboard function