|03-16-2013, 08:30 AM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2013
Device: Onyx Boox m92 - Kindle 4
Grey Line When Readings pdfs
just bought an m92.
When I check the firmware version is says:
so I guess that must be the latest.
Regarding the grey dotted line that shows in the pdfs when reading, can it be turned off ?
I know it has something to do with pdfs where you have zoomed in and the grey dotted line shows you where you were before you moved the page focus.
|03-22-2013, 11:16 AM||#4|
Join Date: Oct 2008
Device: Samsung EB60, Onyx M92
Ah ! the famous dotted lines !
How much question about this ? 10 ?
Ok, the lines show the viewport.
What's the viewport ?
When you set a zoom on paper, you can't view all the page. The dotted lines show the limit of the usable area of page : the viewport. When you press on next button (>) or previous (<), you change of area/"page".
It's useful in multicolumn document. When you change of "page", you could see what you have allready read.
|03-25-2013, 01:41 PM||#5|
Join Date: Oct 2012
Device: Onyx M92
10 Questions and 10 Replies. None of which I've ever understood. If a gray line indicates the "boundary" of the viewport, why does it sit in the middle of the viewport?
Every time I use the "universal margin" tool, I get a gray line after the confirmation which disappears on subsequent page changes. I may not be particularly smart but if there would be any reasonable pattern to those gray lines I'd have noticed. I suspect they are just randomly placed on the page to annoy us...
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