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Old 02-28-2012, 09:20 AM   #89
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Originally Posted by eLiNK View Post
Actually, the "BACK" key is used exactly for this same task in kindles, "jumping though history". That's why I suggested using it instead of the combo ALT + BACK.
But on the Kindle, you can also get back to the bookshelf by pressing the 'HOME' key.
The combo ALT + BACK could be instead used to close the books and/or the 'kindlepdfviewer'. This way you won't unintentionally exit the application.
Oh, I see. You are right.

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ALT + 123 + <ENTER > ?
Seems that it is impossible to issue combo like "ALT" + numbers. Because numbers themselves are inputted by "ALT" combos too.

How about displaying a input box for page number just like the search bar?
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