HOME Button in Prezi viewer for iPad?

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You have developed a very creative nonlinear tool to collect and present multimedia information. However, why did you take away the HOME button in the Prezi Viewer for the iPad. That was such a fantastic navigation tool for individuals that are not experts using the iPad. My billion dollar company use to be able upload Prezi presentations on iPads and leave them with potential clients without worrying about technical usability. Now you have left us with only an X and two giant ARROW buttons as options. We are currently considering going back to our KEYNOTE templates for feasiblity but hope that you will return this HOME feature soon.

Thank you in advance for any information.
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Jay Jackson-Monroe

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Sebastian Vorländer

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I'd like to have a home button, too.
Or some extra multitouch gesture to get home
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I'm hoping there has been some headway made with this question. Not having a 'home' zoom button or gesture on the iPad essentially takes away the entire 'non-lineaner' aspect of this too.

Yes you can pinch and zoom out, but how obnoxious will it be to slowly and jerkily zoom out every time you need to.

This, along with the render issues on downloaded Prezis almost make the iPad version unusable in this sense.
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Michelle Talbot

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I would like to have a home button...is there one now?
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Istvan Csusz, Alum

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If you double tap on an empty area of the canvas, it will zoom out to an overview of the structure.
Could you please try it?

Happy Zooming,
István Csúsz

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