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Old 01-20-2011, 06:45 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by amo View Post
So, windows, I don't think you're the only one who's bothered by the slow page turns- there are others who've mentioned it before- but not everyone with the same kobo and firmware as yours has that issue. Wonder what's going on.
Part of the reason that there are so many different experiences may be that it is not just a matter of device/firmware version. Kepub and ePUB books do not always behave the same way in terms of page turns. Preloaded books contained within the sqlite Db and preloaded books stored in the reader as kepub do not behave in the same way. Changes between chapters are slower than changes within chapters.

IMO, the only way we would really know is to be using the same book, loaded onto the reader in the same format and timed with a fair amount of precision.
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