Adobe Digital Publishing Suite v32.5.3, released April 27, includes the following bug fixes:

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iOS Viewer Fixes

(Note: All fixes require you to rebuild your app.)


  • Improvements were made in iPhone 6 and 6 Plus viewers’ zoom mode behavior in HTML articles.
  • The fix resolves the intermittent crashes that occurred in iOS7 when swiping through smooth scrolling articles on multi-folio apps.


  • The scrollbar no longer appears as a black bar in the wrong place in the landscape view of a dual-orientation folio when the option “Enable auto-hiding of vertical scrollbar” is not enabled in App Builder.
  • All devices, including iPhone 6 Plus devices, no longer display the default library icon in a custom navigation bar but rather the custom icon indicated by the publisher in DPS App Builder.
  • The fix also resolved the following issue: When removeSubscription() and addSubscription() JS API functions were called from a custom store, duration property was lost if the same product ID was removed and then re-added, which impacted the UI, as the pricing did not reflect the length of the subscription.

Android Viewer Fix

  • Android viewer dialog boxes invoked from the Library API now correctly enforce the SSL certificate chain.

For more information on this and earlier releases, see Adobe’s What’s New In This Release page. For more information regarding bug fixes, see Adobe’s DPS Bug Fix Release Notes page.

Also, check out TFP’s DPSPublish™ Handbook and DPSPublish™ app for details about building and publishing iPad apps.

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Note: Information contained in this post is current as of DPS v32.5.3. Visit the Technology for Publishing blog for the latest info on Adobe software releases and functionality.

Posted by: Monica Murphy

Monica Murphy has worked in the publishing industry for over 30 years supporting publishing operations of various sizes. In her role as Technical Product Manager for Technology for Publishing, she shares her publishing application expertise supporting a broad range of publishing clients in InDesign best practices, cross-platform content workflows, and InDesign Template strategies. Her weekly tip and blog posts have a committed following in the InDesign community, and as a long-time participant in the InDesign pre-release community, she regularly analyzes and provides feedback for upcoming features. Monica manages the authoring and publication of Technology for Publishing’s handbooks on InDesign, InCopy, and other associated titles.