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Old 11-16-2009, 03:59 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by AJ Starr View Post
I noticed if you have several JPEG and/or other graphic files, one page each, in a sub-folder, as you look at one, the next page button takes you to the next file.

Those of you who have serial graphic pages, just put them in a subfolder and you can page through like a book
Certainly true. They will also work like that in a zip file. Each image is zoomed such that it fits in the 600x760 window (banner bar takes some space) and turned to fit the best. Images up to about 4 Megapixel will work but larger images will take longer to shrink and display. Pressing ok brings up a brightness/contrast filter. Pressing the side next/prev buttons allow you to select brightness or contrast to change. I find that lower the contrast one notch on 6 inch unit and 1 or two notches on the 5" pocket pro provides more range of light to dark. Press ok to keep the changes or cancel to reset back to default. If you OK then the settings will be maintained so long as you only change images using the next/prev keys. The viewer manages pretty well. The LBook firmware has an extra feature of doing a slide show with 1-5 keys with the speed of the change dependent on which key you use. When in slide show mode you get the full 600x800 screen.

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