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  1. #11
    Contributor madmax2's Avatar
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    Bookr is a great app. The only problem I have with is that the scrolling to the right and left is a bit to fast, when you need to centre the pdf. If anyone know how to fix this will be a great. And also fix the reading of large pdf and encrypted pdf will be a great feature to add.

  2. #12
    Contributor MAXAITA's Avatar
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    Bookr is a PERFECT text reader

  3. #13
    Contributor ADW's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAXAITA View Post
    Bookr is a PERFECT text reader
    Not quite perfect, I normally get about two lines of text on each page which are not drawn right. The text on these lines is stretched a bit taller than it should be and looks like it has a shadow effect. (This is on a .txt so it is not formatting).

    To get over this, I changed the font to Arial Bold so it looks better. The text is still legible, it just looks strange. Other than this, bookr is perfect.

  4. #14
    Another good app to check is PSPPDF. Some Pdf files will not work with bookr, but will work on PSPPDF.

  5. #15
    For all those who use bookr, I just noticed that a new version was released a few days: bookr 0.7.1. It fixes memory leaks, font corruption on larger sizes and adds CJK support for PDFs.

  6. #16
    BookR 7.1 has fixed a number of bugs, and PDFs that previously didn't work run fine now. This is certainly my favorite text reader, if only it had MP3 support....

  7. #17
    yea you can have mp3 support... just use a shell like iRSHELL n u can use mp3,zip,pdf,txt,pmf, n heaps more other functions... its all in 1 shell... especially with iR v2.... its a complete package... give it a go...

    cheerio....

  8. #18
    bookr is the best in my opinion

  9. #19
    Does bookr support text and graphics? How about in-line links to web pages?

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Boche View Post
    Does bookr support text and graphics? How about in-line links to web pages?
    Text - obviously, yes. Graphics, it displays images in PDF files. Standalone image support though, no. In-line links, probably not. I've only used Bookr on a 1.50 PSP and that one doesn't have a browser.

 
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