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boothy 12-02-2010 11:24 PM

New Version of Ereader Pro available
 
Hi All
A new version 4.02 of ereader pro is available from following link

http://www.ereader.com/ereader/softw...ro_symbian.htm

changelog

eReader for Symbian OS 4.0.2
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Added sorting in All eBooks list by title, author, and download date for 5th edition phones.
Added manual check for software update for 5th edition phones.
Fixed pagination problems for 5th edition phones.
Fixed various problems seen on 5800 phones.

Have not tried yet

Boothy

Edit 12.02.10 :Seems to work fine - cannot find the manual update check though !

rdcinhou 14-02-2010 12:15 PM

Thanks, Boothy! :)

At least one company out there is concerned about providing a half-way decent e-reader for the N97!

They just put update 4.01 out a short while back trying to provide functions on touchscreen phones.

The kludge solution for using Mobireader on the N97 is such a giant step backwards from the functionality on my old Nokia 9300.

And I really miss having Tomeraider, too.

boothy 14-02-2010 05:12 PM

Hi rdcinhou

Have you tried using virtual keymapper with mobipocket ?- I find remapping some of the N97 keys helps a lot - You do not get full touch screen functionallity but it makes reading in portrait\full screen much easier - see post below

http://www.allaboutsymbian.com/forum...mobipocket+n97

Thanks

Boothy

rdcinhou 14-02-2010 09:52 PM

Yes, I use VirtualKey to remap the keyboard, but when simple basic features like scrolling don't work--it is a lot more trouble.

With as much as I read, turning the pages with buttons will just wear out the buttons.

BTW the *NEW* eReader's scroll finally works for the N97. You can even speed it up or slow it down using right/left (respectively) on the dPad.


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