Can't Swipe to next page in InDesign Document Published Online
I publish a document online, I can't swipe on android.
I have an older document published online, it swipes.
WHHYYYY IS THER NO INFORMATION ABOUT THIS ANYWHEREEEEE!!!!
How to make InDesign Swipe to Next Page.
We need a lot more info to even begin to help you.
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Thanks - can't wait to help you out and solve your issues!
I'm on android, Adobe can figure out where, how, and why it doesn't work.
InDesign CC 2021 v16.0
Google Chrome v86.0.4240.111
win 10 pro 64 bit
I have no internet link
I also have this issue.
Publish Online documents work on iPhones but not on Androids.
The page navigation disappears after about a second and then you cannot get it back.
The page navigation is missing and swiping does not work either.
This means that people get stuck on the front page of the document.
Our Androids are from different brands and ages as I work for a company - we cannot afford to switch to iPhones and iPads.
We have the latest version of InDesign.
Please fix this issue.
I have this very issue too did you get it fixed???
No, I haven't heard anything.
So issue still unsolved.
Seems as though Adobe are just going to blame Android for this. It's seems a bit off that nobody from Adobe is even commenting on this issue as it does seem quite common??
I have so have many others but still no communication or updates on problem for quite a few months now...
What I have done was just have navigation arrows as part of the PDF document.
Also, it DOES Swipe in the facebook browser, not Chrome, or Brave.
Yes it just doesn't work at all on Android (Samsung phones) well it does work if you immediately start using the nav menu at the bottom of the page but as soon as you stop for more than 1-2 seconds it disappears and you have no way of navigating document it just sticks on whatever page your on...it's rubbish. Wouldn't be that bothered if we at least had some info on an eta of update or an admission that it's never going to get fixed? ....