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Old 11-18-2010, 08:00 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by jetfin View Post
Finally .epubs on my Kindle!!!
besides I still think that it is not the right time to announce current results,
I'd like to thank you for letting people know about this development.

Hope the quick description of navigation keys below could help.
How it used in fbKindle flavor of the Program:

">" and "<" buttons located on the left and right edges are equivalent.
These buttons are used for page scrolling in text modes.
While in dialogs these buttons act as "Tab" and "BackTab" and
support navigation between dialog elements

"Enter" and "fiveway Push" buttons are equivalent. Used to select active
hyperlink in text modes, or current menu element in popup menu.
Pressing one of these buttons means OK while in dialog

"Menu" button activates the popup menu while in text modes

"Back" button works as "Escape" in menu and as Cancel
action while in dialogs

"Alt/Back" exits the Program

"Alt/Shift" switches between the Program and the native kindle framework

Up/Down arrows navigate to the next/previous hyperlink(if any) in
Text View mode and/or Library View mode, or to the next/previous entry in
TOC View mode.

Left/Right arrows are used to navigate between dialog tabs in Options dialog

Note: Dialogs/Menus and active element navigation currently do not work in rotated modes.

....
- while in dialog, Alt/A activates the Apply action, if any
- first symbol, typed in a combobox automatically seeks corresponding entry in its listbox part
....

HTH,

andy aka h1uke

P.S. I'd also like to let everyone know that FBReader and fbKindle are actually two branches
of the same project and will be merged into a single main tree as soon as time allows.
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