WE are very much in favor of tablet and phone app seperation as well.
Not everyone creates content that scales well or is a good user
experience on both devices. Especially when we create content with a lot
of educational interaction. We'd see it as a high value to have the
option to choose.Jeff
Thank you for this reply Nathan. It's exactly what I needed to pass onto
managment to further their understanding of why some things work
differently in other OSs. I'm also looking forward to additional linking
behavior. I have been asked by many in my organization why they can't
navigate to collections. Thanks again! Jeff
Hi. Before the last release I remember see the collection name when a
user would tap to reveal the chrome. Now when a user taps, just a back
button shows up. Is there a way to change that button so that it goes
back to the collection browse page as apposed to the last article or
last view? It works like this in the Android viewer. Thanks!Jeff
Yes, I've since removed all my collections from the top level and placed
all the articles that were in those collections inside of the top level.
Now I can navigate around the whole app without issue and all my article
content lands inside the hamburger menu, a bonus for us. I have created
separation articles to put between what were my collections. These
articles are basically a screenshot of the old collection pages of our 5
cards and 5 invisible buttons. This breaks up my content in the menu ...
Ok, I was moving forward based on what the correct answer was marked as
above,"However, if the collection is at the same level and within the
same collection as the article from which you want to link to it, you
should be able to use a navto URL with the collection name."
Here is my layout:TopLevel Mod1 Articles 1-5 Mod2 Articles 1-5 (Article
1 has the home button for testing purposes) Mod3 Articles 1-5To clarify
on the navto:// - I should be able to create a button using the Buttons
panel in Indesign, the Go To URL action, and a url of: navto://Mod3 and
this would take the user back to the collection browse page of which the
article that has the button resides? It still tells me Content Not
I'm building/testing on IOS 8.4 and my articles with Indesign CC 2015
using the buttons panel to create a url button using the "Go To URL"
action and in the url link box I'm adding the
goto://ApplicationViewState/library I have built it a few times,
restarted my device, quit and relaunched the preview app, deleted and
reinstalled the app. It crashes each time I tap the home button.
Thank you for this piece of info. I have visited your original post and
tried to utilize this goto://ApplicationViewState/library in my URL
button, though my app crashes each time I tap on it. As far as the
navto:// goes, I added that to the url and the name of my article
(navto://Mod5) and when I tapped on it I get a dialog that tells me
Content Not Found. If it worked would
goto://ApplicationViewState/library take the user to the first
collection in the app or the current collection browse pag...
Hi. Is there a working url I can use that will navigate to a collection?
Not necessarily the home collection, but the browse page of to the
collection a user is already in. I want to add a button on an article
page that will bring the user back to the browse page that article is
housed in. Of course if I tap the page, the chrome drops down to display
the back button, though management wants a button displayed on the page
so the user doesn't have to tap to see the chrome to go back.
Ok thanks for the info. Is there a way I can modify the strings to
display English only? My supervisor is concerned we are falsely
advertising our content adheres to all the languages displayed in the
app store copy. (screenshot attached) Just to clarify; when you
mentioned Android and iOS viewers are produced with localized strings
for all the languages DPS 2015 support, are you referring to the textual
content in the viewer itself? Like the app menu, chrome navigation, and