Originally Posted by Doitsu
I'm also impressed by the improvements in speed, unfortunately, kpdfviewer still has some quirks that make reading in Reflow mode a bit difficult.
For example, when I tested this pdf
from archive.org with it, I noticed that large chunks of text were often randomly carried over from one page to the next (p21_A.jpg & p21_B.jpg), which makes continuous reading rather difficult. Occasionally the Reflow feature also produced lines with just one word in it (p22_A.jpg).
(All screen captures where taken in sequence on my K3, and you can see the settings that I used in the last screen capture.)
You can eliminate these problems by installing the latest release from my nightly build channel at https://github.com/chrox/kindlepdfviewer/downloads/
. Major improvements are listed below:
- more smooth page turning
- multi-threaded precaching
- fixed a bug of occasional words missing
Attached are screenshots of p21-p22 from the doc you provided. And the reflowing parameters I use are shown in the last pic. Manual trimming box is set to get rid of the defects at the margin of p22 which causes wrong indentation in reflowed view.