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Hello =) I have a similar question and was wondering if you might be able to help: Is there a way to automatically center the pages when zooming in? I'm using "continous scroll (vertical)" as page format and "none" as desktop scaling. Right now the page is centered initially, but when I zoom in (with the button in the control frame), the page is pushed to the right.

My first choice was "continous scroll (vertical)" in combination with "best fit" as desktop scaling. Here the page was automatically centered when zooming in, but logically in this case the zoom was not passed to the next page (which is essential for the project). A workaround could therefore also be to simply pass the zoom level on to the next page while using "best fit" as desktop scaling.

Not sure if I wa sable to formulate my question understandably (obviously I am not a native speaker), so please don't hesitate to ask any follow up questions. Thank you very much and have a great day!
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First, I'd recommend checking that you're using the latest version of in5. The current version is v3.8.6. Check your version by going to in5 > Info and Updates... and checking the version number in the upper right of the in5 - Info & Updates dialog that opens. If it's an earlier version, try downloading the latest version, installing it, and re-exporting your content. 

If you're still having issues after updating to the latest version, would you be able to send us your InDesign file (or a sample file that recreates the issue) and your html5_output for us to troubleshoot? You can send it to:


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Hi Myra! Thanks for the fast reply =) Unfortunately, updating to the latest version didn't solve the issue. Therefor I have sent the files to you via the form "report a problem or bug". I really appreciate your extremely fast and excellent customer service!