Currently Being ModeratedAug 5, 2012 12:48 PM (in response to m_fichera)
Unfortunately, there is no way to override this feature.
If your kiosk depends on the customers interacting, you are going to encounter this problem. If there is no other interaction than just viewing (such as a looping movie type display) then a piece of plexiglass placed over the iPad may prevent wandering fingers from causing problems, but only if you don't want them touching the screen.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 5, 2012 12:51 PM (in response to bwfromspring hill)
Is there an app that we should use? We are looking for a kiosk similar to what the apple store uses next to the products that they have on display.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 6, 2012 1:07 PM (in response to m_fichera)
Try a search for Keynote, Kiosk - you may find some items there.
My guess is that Apple has a few people around that know how to program their in-store iPads to defeat fumbling fingers. I doubt they are willing to share.
To go one step further with the plexiglass cover idea though, if you have interactions needed from customers then consider making all interactions in the same location on the slide - say, the right hand margin, one on top and one bottom - that way you could put finger holes in the plexiglass cover where the touch points are and avoid potential pinches. You would have to rearrange your slide response areas to match, but it is one way (fairly cheap) to get going if you can't find anything in the apps store or on-line. Try it with a mockup piece of cardboard or plastic sheet and see if it might work for you.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 4, 2012 10:37 AM (in response to m_fichera)
I use Kiosk Pro to prevent users from monkeying with my prez.
Unfortunaletly Kiosk Pro only plays keynote prez with the most basic interactions.
You can also use profiles (search for HomeButtonLock.mobileconfig on google) to prevent users from using the home button to exit your app.