Originally Posted by DigitalWarS
My requests are:
1. Remove the black bar at the bottom while reading, consumes a lot of the (poor) 6" (central touch will bring the menu on, or light set up in the top bar)
2. Improve touch response
3. Improve Ram and Cpu usage
Originally Posted by Lynx-lynx
RE point 1 .... you can remove the black bar at the bottom of the screen that only appears when you've got the reading light on by:
Light, Sleep & Power
Light Indicator appears: Clear (NOT Solid)
I think that Kobo should explain what Solid and Clear mean in that section because until it's pointed out it doesn't really make sense.
Originally Posted by mstrogoff
Yes, but you don't add any reading line to the page, do you (and that was the question) ? You just change the color of the 'wasted' space...
My post's aim was to alert DigitalWarS to the fact that one could remove the black bar, and to provide the info as to how; and to point out that the info in the Settings could include what both Solid and Clear meant so as to avoid user misunderstanding.
You've addressing a different design aspect.