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Old 06-06-2009, 10:37 AM   #6
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Location: Elda - Alicante (Spain)
Device: PB903, K2, K3, K2i, KDX, iPad, Q1U, X51v, TM2
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Originally Posted by wallcraft View Post
According to the User Guide, the KDX only has two PDF modes: a) portrait with margins cropped, and b) landscape with continuous pages and margins cropped. Note that in landscape mode the Kindle's screen is about as wide is a letter/A4 page. So this isn't much of a zoom, but it is at least full size.

I would have added a two-column mode where each physical page is split into 4 screens, but Amazon's thinking is obviously that simple is better and that the screen is big enough to allow this.
I know. Some papers are two colums and it would be a great thing the reader could put the two columns one behind other, but AFAIK none e-reader does that. Not DR1000 and I remember iLiad had had a hack to do that but it never worked for me...
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