We have a brand new look! Take a tour with us and explore the latest updates on Adobe Support Community.
I am trying to create a pdf in Indesign with pages that flip and turn.
I have opened up a new document, Intent for Web, and set up multiple spreads.
I have then right click on the pages, 'page attributes' and then 'page transactions'.
This gives me all options like fade, uncover, dissolve etc but it DOESN'T give me a Turning page option.
Please help...... I am really stuck!
Am I doing it correct or is there a new way?
Hello, you should use ID 2019 because in the 2020 release there no flash support and the turning page option is usinf flash.
FLASH IS DEAD. Do not use Flash on the web!
If you must have a page flip effect, do it in HTML5 so it can work in the widest possible range of devices. See link below.
Anyone got any more solutions which can publish to desktop rather than publishing to someone else's website and that don't require subscriptions or using last year's software.
Did you bother reading the responses here and on the other countless threads on this? Or are you just hoping that 1997 rolls around again so you'll have something to wow your audience with?
Hi, I've seen a few threads now saying page turning transitions are outdated and rely on flash which no longer exists. Can anyone recommend the best way to move between pages in a digital brochure/ magazine?
snap or fade from page to page. try to publish online one of your documents so you can see how pages snap.
Yes, to expand on Jonathan's reply, Publish Online might be the way to go. You can do so much with interactivity in InDesign and Publish Online. Here are some examples, check them out. (This example document itself shows a simple page transition you can do with Publish Online, but not the page curl you mention--that is old style, for sure!). https://adobe.ly/2yTI8OE
Thanks Diane, there's loads of inspiration in your document! Thank you!
(Removed by moderator)! There was absolutely nothing helpful in your reply.
Just for the record, that was directed at BobLevine
Please don't use offensive language – we are all trying to help (in various ways).