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Jul 24, 2020

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Heya guys! 

 

Just reaching out for some advice. I’m a newbie on Indesign and as a personal project, I created a 6 page mag/brochure. I want to add a page curl/left and right arrow on my brochure. I don’t have my own site, I don’t want SEO, and only want those with a link to view the brochure. Using Publish Online would have been ideal, except from what I understand adding a page curl effect isn’t possible on Indesign now. I’ve scrolled through the forum and read about sites such as In5 and Ajar, and whilst they allow me to add the page curl, and I don’t mind paying a one off fee to do so, I would like to avoid paying a monthly hosting subscription for a one off brochure.

 

Any input would be greatly appreciated!

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Unfortunately, the old InDesign page curl was part of Flash SWF technology which is now totally abandoned.

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Page Curl

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Heya guys! 

 

Just reaching out for some advice. I’m a newbie on Indesign and as a personal project, I created a 6 page mag/brochure. I want to add a page curl/left and right arrow on my brochure. I don’t have my own site, I don’t want SEO, and only want those with a link to view the brochure. Using Publish Online would have been ideal, except from what I understand adding a page curl effect isn’t possible on Indesign now. I’ve scrolled through the forum and read about sites such as In5 and Ajar, and whilst they allow me to add the page curl, and I don’t mind paying a one off fee to do so, I would like to avoid paying a monthly hosting subscription for a one off brochure.

 

Any input would be greatly appreciated!

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Correct answer by Mike Witherell | Adobe Community Professional

Unfortunately, the old InDesign page curl was part of Flash SWF technology which is now totally abandoned.

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Unfortunately, the old InDesign page curl was part of Flash SWF technology which is now totally abandoned.

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