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Old 12-06-2012, 12:55 PM   #13
freewheeling
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I have another question. What is "share" actually for?

I've tried it on FBRead, MoonReader+ Pro, and Mantano Reader (Lite) and it always opens the same list of apps for me to choose from after I've selected a slug of text and hit "share." But when I try to share to FaceBook, which is were I usually share notes and passages on my Kindle, it just opens the status and tells me to "say something" but doesn't actually transmit the quote the way Kindle does. I can paste it, but when I do that the information on where the quote comes from is lost so I have to enter that by hand. Kobo allows sharing to FaceBook, but only quotes about the first line or two of the selection. As far as I can tell Kindle for Android has no way of posting these notes to FaceBook at all. I can't remember what Nook does, but I think it opens the same list of apps as the others and does the same thing (no quote/cite).

So is there a way to set up this sort of sharing to FaceBook that I've missed? I have the FaceBook App on a rooted IdeaPad S2109.
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