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Old 11-26-2007, 01:12 PM   #2
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Sure it could be done in a software upgrade... I assume they dedicate some screen realestate to such things as signal strength already, so there is likely no GUI issue.

The one area I would really like original page numbers (not the repagination that occurs on the reader itself), is technical manuals, where you would likely interface with a hard copy (or someone with a hardcopy) at some point.

So if it took me three reader pages to read one "original" page, then so be it. And the page # should always reflect the "original".

THAT would be difficult to determine with just a software update.


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