Did you set up bleed for your digital document? That works in my document perfectly!. Screenshot please!
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There's no bleed in ePub, when you export to FXL the whole image is included. Have a look at Object Export Options, EPUB tab, and experiment with the Size dropdown menu to see if you can get a better effect there.
Here you go:
The photo covers the whole spread and top, right and left bleeds. By scrolling one can see that the entire image is included on the left page, whereas on the right page it is trimmed on the left but not on the top or right.
I've downloaded Digital Editions, and it does show all right in there, so it may be a bug in iBooks or it might be that there's a work-around implemented in Digital Editions.
I'll file a request to Adobe, thanks for the link.
I've tried the Object Export settings, "Rasterize container", and it didn't solve the problem - but maybe there's a specific setting that does..?
I didn't mention Rasterise Container.
Tick Custom Layout and experiment with Size from the drop-down menu.
The same problem here.
And there is no solution, I think, in InDesign. Or a modification in the content.opf.
(Also no solution with Custom Layout. Or are we missing something?)
I think it must be a bug in the e-reader - in this case iBooks. But I also saw it in Kobo.
And older version of a Fixed Layout epub I made, did't had these scroll bars at that time in iBooks. Now the same document does. The only thing that has changed is iBooks. So it must be a ugly bug in iBooks!
Do you try export with the option convert spread to landscape page in export dialog - spread control?