KT, was trying to find a way to directly email you, but you're well insulated.
I'm working on a big, big project and wanted to know if you could point me on to a few tips.
Could you follow me on twitter at @ClaxtonCreative so I can send an email addy? Or just send me a message to DonaldClaxton At me dot .....
Thanks for the work-around.
It just seems strange that something so Very Fundamental would be completely non-addressed in the main Authoring Software for textbooks.
None of the sample textbooks seem to work with the crummy default transition.
Is there a source of clarity on using iBooks Author to best advantage?
Currently Being ModeratedMay 16, 2012 9:14 AM (in response to Peter Inova1)
I reminded my team of developers just this morning that what we are doing is so very new, it'd not be too much of a stretch to say that the number of people in the world having conversations like ours could probably be counted on one's appendages.
We are working through some 3-D developments that are going to be pretty cool when we release 2012: Science and Prophecy of the Ancient Maya next month. It will be the only interactive book on the iPad about the 2012 meme and whether or not we're all going to die on Dec. 21, 2012! In it, we will have videos of 14 of the world's top Mayanist scholars, 3-D animations, and other cool stuff.
We've created a page on my business site:http://claxtoncreative.com/2012/iba-resources/ where I'm beginning to list resources and thought leaders as I find them.
In the past 24 hours, I've also found http://www.ibook-widgets.com/signup/ that will be launching in June.
We are the self-appointed leaders in this arena. That's good and bad. KT is as brilliant, even better, as being able to read an online manual would be, so if you ask him the right technical question, you'll likely get an answer in short order.
Anything we can do to help you, too, please let me know. Follow & DM me on Twitter and we can exchange more direct information to help each other out.