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Re: Tablet layout on Android phone (AEM) - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 29-04-2016
Hey Taina;I've shared your info with @Kirk Mattson https://forums.adobe.com/people/kirk%20mattson -- He's looking into this from an engineering perspective while I go on vacation.

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Re: IOS Card Transparency Bug - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 29-04-2016
Hey Steve;Bob and I took a look at this, tried to replicate it, but didn't observe what we understand you're seeing.On an iPhone, an iPad, and Android tablet -- all show similar interactions of transparency. The notable differences have more to do with brightness of the device.Something we're not completely clear on is where you expect to see card transparency.Certain properties of a card can be transparent: card background color, image tint, and text background color support this.Text is opaque...

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Re: From tablet only to phone also - workflow - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 29-04-2016
Read Bob's message again, carefully.If you intend to have different articles and organization for phone and tablet, you'd want two top-levels.If you're building different phone and tablet, pixel-perfect content, you'd want two top-levels.If you want the same content and organization on both phone and tablet, one top-level will make things easier.If your content is HTML-based with good CSS, it can adapt to both phone and tablet, and one top-level is great.If your content is pixel-perfect and you ...

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Re: Tablet layout on Android phone (AEM) - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 27-04-2016
Hey Taina;I have engineering looking into this. They're trying to find an S5 to test with, we tried a S6 and it received the phone rendition. I'll let you know what I find out.BTW, your technique of adding a collection and using different card designs calling different metadata is quite clever. Nice technique.

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Re: Adobe InDesign CC DPS testing on MAC - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 27-04-2016
All suggestions above are good, although some of the AirPlay-like will require being on a common wifi network AND subnet. And that can be challenging sometimes.OTOH, for the big screen you may have a switch for inputs, then you could use an adapter that connects the iOS device to the projection system. If you do that, I'd tape the adapter to the device--wiggling wires can be an issue.

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Re: Tablet layout on Android phone (AEM) - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 26-04-2016
Taina -- thanks for splitting this question off.I did a really quick test with my iPhone 5S and a Motorola that has dimensions that match the Galaxy S5 -- they both see my phone layout rendition -- I think that's what you expect.So you have two apps in one project -- cool, they both see the same content.-- The card images will be the same since all content is the same.-- May I assume you have one top-level?-- -- If you have two-top level and different phone and tablet collection structures this ...

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Re: Article page thumbnail view - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 26-04-2016
Hey Bill;I think you're describing some of the navigation features we had in the original DPS. The scrolling navigation through articles in a folio isn't part of the newer product. I suspect it comes down to a folio had information about all the articles that were in it, whereas a collection is a more flexible container and doesn't carry the information that would support scrolling with thumbnails of each article. HTH

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Re: Wrong Layout Template on Android Smartphone - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 25-04-2016
Taina;If I understand your situation correctly: you see the phone rendition on iPhone and tablet rendition on the Samsung -- but they look different... I think your issue is different that DPS Admin's in this topic. If this is the case, would you start a new forum thread for your topic? This would help engineering. Thanks.

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Re: Wrong Layout Template on Android Smartphone - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 22-04-2016
Some devices and OSs do some interesting pixel-doubling, and I have a hard time articulating exactly what goes on. OTOH, looks like you have a value for the Layout Templates system that let's you emulate what you're seeing on the device.

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Re: Best practices for testing - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 21-04-2016
Device choice should be influenced by your expected audience (or maybe you have data on your audience.)Is an iPad audience a primary user set? Or is it phone based?Where are most of your users based? The North American market is different than Europe or Asia.Is your app aimed more at on-the-go consumption (phone) or not-as-mobile (tablet)?Old device may use old OSs, so what should you support? HTH

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