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Old 07-05-2011, 11:01 PM   #11
Joe563
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Originally Posted by beautifulsoup View Post
Thanks! Being gone for a few hours, and messing around with it some more (no doubt, you wrote your post while I was experimenting), I did find myself tapping twice quite a bit. I've set my refresh to 2 - but looks like I might need to go to 1.

Thanks.


And why, while my reader is now on the "off" page (with the sleeping face on the black quilt back), would I be seeing a ghost of the My Reading Life still on that page?

(Jeez, some people (read: ME) are never satisfied, eh?)
Changing the page refresh to 1 will reduce ghosting substantially but will not entirely eliminate it. Minor ghosting apparently is a characteristic of all e-ink readers.

Regards,
Joe
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