This is a fairly straight forward question, I've done a load of research into it with nothing concrete on why, or how to fix the problem.
So, I'm creating an interactive PDF doc, and I'm using 'buttons' to create roll-over states that reveal an image when the cursor rolls over a certain element. (I have attached the doc in question to show what I mean). This seems to work, however on my machine the roll-over effect seems to flicker in and out as you move the cursor. It does not hold where it should. I have tried testing out on another laptop (a windows machine this time) and it still has the same problem.
Is there something I am doing wrong in terms of structuring the buttons etc...?
Thanks so much for your help!
Did you ever solve this problem? I've got the same problem and have found no way of solving the issue!
I see that this thread has been quiet for a long time, but I've been dealing with interactive pdf flickering too, and have seen or talked to others with the same problem. I've noticed that for whatever reason, adobe's backend can't render either high quality images, or a large number of images without causing flickering. I found the solution to be exporting on much lower settings: <144 DPI and jpeg output of medium or less. This isn't the right answer, it's something Adobe needs to address on their backend.