You are missing nothing, you are merely exercising your right not to spend money. What the "app should do as standard" clearly means something different to the PalmReader developers. I use this program all the time, its cost, if calculated by days of use, is to me insignificant. I bought the font packs and, since I do a lot of reading, it was worth it for me, but it doesn't have to be for you. Philippe Radley
Originally Posted by Adlopa
Having just grabbed the 15 day trial of PalmReader Pro, I'm a little mystified as to why anyone would want to pay for it. Some people may want the dictionary but where's the better font support?
You get one larger font to supplement the standard large one but where's the smaller font to fit more text on-screen? Yes, I can buy the Agfa font pack but it's a bit rich to pay even more money just to get something the app should do as standard.
Since Fonts4OS5 doesn't work properly with PRPro (screws up the pagination), this is a particular problem for me. So, am I missing something here..?