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Old 01-06-2013, 02:04 AM   #156
DoctorOhh
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Originally Posted by maisondouf View Post
Youpi, I found a better solution...
Uninstall Ubuntu version (0.8.38) ande install last stable (0.9.13).
Now margin options are available.
Glad you figured it out. Not a better solution, the same solution. The reason you couldn't find the option is that it didn't exist until 0.8.61.

From What's New:

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Release: 0.8.61 [20 Jul, 2012]

New Features
  • E-book viewer: Add a paged mode that splits up the text into pages, like in a paper book instead of presenting it as a single column. To activate click the button with the yellow scroll icon in the top right corner.

    In paged mode, the ebook viewer no longer cuts off the last line of text at the bottom of the screen, and it respects CSS page-break directives. You can also set page margins and control the number of pages displayed on screen by clicking the Preferences button in the viewer and going to 'Text layout in paged mode'.
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