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Hi Tim. My guess is that there is something in the folio that prevents it from being displayed. For example, all the articles in the folio must have the same orientation -- horizontal only, vertical only, or dual. If you have one or more articles of different orientations, it won't show up on the iPad viewer (or in the desktop viewer when you preview the entire folio). Check that. If you created HTML articles in a single-orientation folio, make sure you edit the HTML filename to something like "index_h.html" instead of just "index.html."
Silly question, but did you happen to upload them using DIFFERENT ADOBE IDs??? If so, you'll have to sign in under each account to download them.
I have my personal ID and my work ID, and I sue them both, but you can only download those belonging to th account you are currently logged in under.
I think you nailed it, after a while we realised some stacks contained both _H and _V articles, when we'd only set the doc to read _V
such a minor thing that we really should have noticed!
Thank you for your help though!
noope they're both on the right ID, I think bob cracked it!
Thanks for the reply though!