Monday 21st July 2014
Answer : No need to convert anything if you just want to publish them in HTML5 mode. We render to html5 directly from a PDF file. If you want to convert to html4 or flash in a batch then I recommend having a look at the “manual conversion” documentation section in our docs
Answer : Yes you can, all our commercial clients are given access to a read only build in where copy and print has been disabled
Answer : The question around buttons has been answered before. Please see the following thread:
You can add a download link to the pdf document by ticking the download button inside desktop publisher (its right hand side)
Answer : You can indeed. The Zine viewer is unbranded when you are using a commercial license.
Answer : Not quite sure why it would do this – please forward the url you’re using to our email address ([email protected]) and we’ll inspect further.
Answer : You can add further zoom levels by expanding the advanced settings in the publishing dialog in desktop publisher and ticking the “Optimize publication for low memory / CPU devices using PHP”. This will add further depth to the zoom.
Answer : I’m afraid this is not currently possible. We have added this as a enhancement request
Answer : Not sure why it wouldn’t show up in FileZilla – perhaps you can post a few screenshots of what it looks like? The folder has no special attributes so it should show up fine
Answer : Its probably better to place the gotoPage call in the “onDocumentLoaded” event handler as opposed to the onPageLoaded event handler. A reason for this is that if you load the document in two page mode then the viewer may trigger that it has navigated to page 9 if that is the left hand side of the page even if you are triggering gotoPage for page 10, so this could confuse things for your script.