iEnvision is displaying images longer than it should.
- Large images, or images from a slow site, can cause display times to be longer than expected.
Every time I run a show, it starts where it last left off. How do I get the show to start at the beginning?
A show contains some amazing images, but there are no captions, so I'm not sure what I'm looking at.
- While an image is displayed, tap the globe icon. This will then be able to switch to Safari, which will display the Web page on which the image is found. The Web page often has captions or other explanatory text.
I found a site with a lot of cool images, but when I have iEnvision auto-create
a show using the site's URL, I get a lot of images I don't want.
- The images may be filtered out by iEnvision because they are too small (for instance under 10KB, or 200x180 pixels in size)
- The images may not be .jpg, .gif, .png or any of the other image types supported by iEnvision
- Be sure the images are on the page that's at the URL you entered, or a page pointed to by that URL
- Check the Envision for Mac Users' Guide and FAQ for more details
- Use Envision for the Mac to create the show. Envision is a full-featured Web show authoring application that lets you control which images are in a show.
I can't double-tap to zoom.
- Double-tap is not currently supported.
I published my shows to my .Mac account, but iEnvision gives an error or doesn't find them, when I enter my .Mac user name.
- If you're publishing using iWeb, make sure that the page you're publishing is at the top of iWeb's page list.
The images in some shows seem to be out of order.
- iEnvision displays images in the order in which those images are encountered on the underlying Web site. Often those images are not in the order implied by a browser's display of the page(s).
The images in a show seem out of date.
- You can always get the latest images by hitting the "go to first" control while the show is playing.
Some shows don't seem to start where they left off.
- Shows that point to Web sites where the data changes (for instance comic strip sites, that update their comic every day) will start over at the beginning on a periodic basis, usually once per day.
I published my shows to my .Mac account, but iEnvision doesn't create the group I'm expecting.
- Check for a group called "My shows" to see if a show has been added there. If so, iEnvision is not finding any links to your show files, and is creating a single show instead.
A show is playing too quickly, or too slowly, or automatically starting when I don't want it to, or...
Some of the shows get errors, or do not display the images I'd expect.
- Be sure you've got an active Internet connection before running iEnvision.
- If your device was off and you turned it back on with iEnvision running, it's possible the Internet connection didn't come back up in time.
- The Web site on which the show is based could have changed. Try updating the show, since a new show that fixes the problem could well have been created.