Originally Posted by paralleluniverse
6. A lot of the margins settings seem redundant and repeated. For example: page mode and paper mode seems to do nothing. The following options seem to do exactly the same thing: Scrolling mode = to width, comic mode = to height, selection zoom = zoom by two points. In addition auto crop, asks for a number, but this numbers seems to do nothing. Auto crop always works correctly regardless of the number you enter. Auto-detect margin does nothing. This isn't really a complaint because, all the margin functionality is there, but there seems to be so much functionality that half of it doesn't need to be there. I suggest removing the duplicate features, and removing the need to enter a number for auto-crop (unless it really does do something that I'm not aware of).
Oh, no ! There is no duplicate settings. You have all the story about this options in : Firmware updates, dictionaries, fonts and third-party apps for Onyx Boox M92
. But, I agree, it's long to read.
In your case, you could have this idea because you have the full page in one screen.
Comic, paper mode : you must have a big zoom. For this options, the viewport is moved.
In Comic mode, it's moved horizontally, to see the box, and a each new 'page' you see an other part of you cartoon. The viewport is moved horizontally and after vertically.
For the paper mode (mainly for 2 columns paper), imagine that you see only 1/4 of the paper. You see the upper-left part. Next page : you see lower-left part. Next page : upper-right. Next page : lower-right. 4 actions to see the paper.
For the scrolling mode, it's the same thing, you must have a particular zoom to see the effect.