Originally Posted by ghostyjack
Of course it changes pages, it's a book. ePub pages will normally reflow to fit the screen size, therefore what is visible on screen is the whole page. You don't expect to see the whole chapter of a paper book to be one massive page, so why would you expect an ebook reader to behave differently?
Sorry i don't think you understood what i'm trying to achieve. I read books with vertical scrolling. Now if you open up any pdf reader and disable "continous scrolling" and press previous/next page button it will move up or down entirely by one page. BUT if you enable "continous scrolling" you can scroll an inch below the last paragraph, and see the first paragraph of the next page AND also seeing the previous page ontop of that. Basically you can see the bottom half of page 1 and the top half of page 2 on the same screen. That's what mantano does with its PDF's, but not on epub.
Moon Reader can "continous scroll" with any filetype and with text reflow. You can scroll slowly to read the next paragraph of the next page and it won't suddenly change to the next page. It's like scrolling a very long webpage but it still shows which page of the book you're on.
But on mantano, let's say you're at the last paragraph of one page, and you're ready to read the next but you're only choice is the press next page. But now you can't see the previous paragraph. However with "continuous scrolling" on most pdf readers you can still see the above paragraphs. Even in mantano this works with pdf but strangely enough not on epubs!