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Old 11-26-2012, 07:38 AM   #199
azbdsf
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Device: Kobo touch
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I would really like to know if it's possible to get a true fullscreen mode working through this, using all the screen space for text. I can't believe how much of the screen is not used - it varies from page to page but sometimes it seems like an extra few lines are left empty, far above the page numbers, for some unknown layout reason.
Only happen on long paragraph.
The problem is cause of Adobe reading engine... only way to not have this, is to wait Kobo buy new licence and use last Adobe release.

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Also wondering if the plugin allows access to interpreting touchpad gestures? Could anything closer to multi-touch gestures work? Might be nice to have gestures for jumping forward/back by chapters, rather than the cumbersome menu-based default on the Touch/Glo.
IR modul is only mono-touch on Kobo... so multi-touch options are not possible.
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