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Old 08-08-2012, 06:42 AM   #33
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I had the same problem :-) Put your finger on an empty space on the screen for a few seconds and the menu will pop up. There you can exit full screen.

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Originally Posted by jbsavitz View Post
I've installed the latest (20120717) firmware update to my i62HD and have only started to use the e-reader. I also have an M92 e-reader as well and like that they "sort of" function the same way. However I've discovered a problem that I don't know how to solve. I use the .pdf reader a lot and was looking at a .pdf in full screen mode on the i62HD and now don't know how to get the document out of full screen mode. If I press the back button I'm exited out of the .pdf e-book and returned to the list of e-books. If I click the same e-book again, the .pdf reader starts and the book is displayed in full screen mode.

On the M92 in full screen mode they have a "menu" button that you can press to bring up the menu where you can switch out of full-screen mode.

The i62 (nonHD) user manual mentions you can switch in and out of full-screen mode, but they don't tell you how to do it and I tried to do "pinch and zoom" and that doesn't do it either.

Can anyone tell me what the trick is to get out of full-screen mode. If feel so dumb not being able to do this....

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