You can simply place the video file in your InDesign document to embed
it, and then use the Overlays panel to edit the settings. The advantage
of using HTML Resources in DPS is that you can reference the video from
multiple articles. However, HTML Resources isn't required. Does that
answer your question?I'm not aware of known issues with playing videos
in Windows 10. You might want to contact technical support to report the
Hi Gurd,The article I pointed to works in both DPS and AEM Mobile. The
article name is 08_smooth. Using "navto://08_smooth#3.7" in a button
lets me jump between tiles 4 and 5. Using "navto://08_smooth#50%" in a
button lets me jump halfway down the page. What format are you using?
Are you referring to the article name, not the article title? Can you
show a screen shot of your buttons panel?
Yes, you can use two methods to jump to a specific location within a
smooth-scrolling InDesign-based article:navto://#n (for
example #2.5 would jump to the halfway mark of the 3rd page tile in the
smooth scrolling article)navto://#n% (for example #50%
would jump to the halfway point of the article)The DPS Learn app has an
example of this. See Advanced Overlays > Smooth Scrolling Links or see
this desktop version: DPS Tips Advanced Overlays: Smooth Scrolling Links
I think you have that reversed. The Collection Name isn't allowed to
have spaces. Try the link with BEPADM.You can try using
navto://relative/parent, which is like a back button. It works if users
tap a card to open an article, but if users tap a link from a different
article, tapping the link takes them to the previous article, not to the
browse page. I think you want to get the navto://collection link to
Hi Keith,When you create a standard link in an HTML article,
the link opens within the app.Example: Google In AppIf you want to open the link
in the external browser, use the goto:DeviceBrowser?url= format:Example:
DPS and Publish Online are two separate workflows. Publish Online is
fully available to any InDesign user. In InDesign CC 2014, DPS is also
available for limited previewing using the Content Viewer app. However,
in order to create you own app, you need a DPS/AEM Mobile license. What
are you trying to accomplish?Information about Publish Online: Use
Publish Online to publish your InDesign documents Information about DPS:
With DPS, anyone with an Adobe ID can create and preview folios. With
AEM Mobile, an account is required to test articles. InDesign CC 2015
and later support only AEM Mobile. To create DPS folios, you need to use
InDesign CC 2014, CC, or CS6.To sign up for an AEM Mobile trial account,
go here: https://try.aemmobile.adobe.com/ Regarding the testing of
InDesign-based .article files in AEM Mobile, create an article and add
it to a collection. Whenever you make a change to the InDesign article
I don't see a difference between your [Normal] state and your [Click]
state. Are you using an invisible button that covers the button area?
Here's what my button looks like. When I tap the button, it displays the
MSO state and is hidden from view. Again, if using the click state to
hide the button doesn't work in your layout, there are other approaches,
such as nesting buttons within MSO states.
Hi Tommy,In my experience, when a dynamic banner shows up on one device
but not another, it's usually an issue with the layout card. Experiment
with editing your card or mapping rules to see if that resolves the
problem. For example, instead of using a 12x3 card, try a Full x 3 card.
Hope this helps.
Sample entitlement banner code is now available under "Dynamic banners"
in this article:Creating banners and dynamic banners for browse pages If
you're not signed in, you get a "Click here to sign in" prompt. If
you're signed in, you get a Sign Out button that displays the banner
short title (or "Hello"). You can edit the index.html file to provide
your own strings and formatting. (Remember to select the "Enable
extensibility features" option when creating the dynamic banner.)
The log file is saved to your home folder. You can open that file and
read the messages to try to find the error.The most probably cause is a
duplicate certificate in your keychain. Open the Keychain Access utility
and check to make sure the certificate you're signing the app with
doesn't have a duplicate.Hope this helps. Happy holidays!
This is likely a problem with how you're structuring the HTML file. Make
sure that the .html file you're linking to in the Web overlay is in a
subfolder that contains only the files used in the HTML. If the .html
file is in the Documents folder, for example, you upload all the
contents of the Documents folder when you export the article. Put your
html file in its own subfolder and try again.
I think it's a good idea to keep the same Bundle ID for iOS and Android.
I can't think of any reason to use different Bundle IDs. In some cases,
such as setting up Push Messaging in Mobile Marketing, using the same
Bundle ID for iOS/Android provides more flexibility.
For the cover issue, I don't understand the question. Please clarify.For
the custom preflight app, see this article: Preview AEM Mobile content
using AEM Preflight You might also want to look at these learning
resources:Video tutorials for AEM Mobile Preview AEM Mobile content
using AEM Preflight