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Old 02-19-2012, 10:56 AM   #59
dave2008
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Originally Posted by traycold View Post
hi,
i will try to do something, but reastically i don't think my lack of skill in C will allow me to produce something working.
If it was something java-based (like android) i could have done definitely something more concrete. To this extent, i tried to see if was possible to develop a java based (kindlet) djvu viewer for kindle, based on javadjvu. But i think that this sort of implementation would require a bit more of hardware resource respect the ones of kindle (even not considering the limitations of kindlets).
that's a pity. Good luck to your java viewer then. :-)
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