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Old 04-10-2013, 07:12 AM   #1
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hello,
I have a Kobo Glo, updated to FW 2.4.0. I use it to view PDFs containing much of powerpoint slides or Word documents, but I have a problem:
if I want to display a PDF in Landscape mode I do not know why but with the zoom to a minimum (ie pressing the rotation button only), the right part of the document is truncated about 1 cm.
This is not zooming, space instead of the text remains white!

if it fit the page to the screen according to the height, the deleted content magically reappears.

someone has the same problem?
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Old 04-12-2013, 04:39 PM   #2
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… if I want to display a PDF in Landscape mode I do not know why but with the zoom to a minimum (ie pressing the rotation button only), the right part of the document is truncated about 1 cm.
This is not zooming, space instead of the text remains white!
I have the same problem with landscape orientated pdf's on the Touch with minimal zoom (no zoom or "fit to width").
If I rotate a pdf to landscape orientation. A black bar appears on the bottom of the screen, just above the navigation bar. I've attached the pdf to this post.

When pressing the middle of the screen to hide the navigation bar (and only the page numbers are shown) the black bar also disappears. But the area where previously the black bar was displayed remains white. It looks like the black bar was replaced by a white bar and not displaying pdf content.

When zooming in 1 notch the pdf is correctly displayed (no "bars"). But then the landscape orientated pdf doesn't really fit the screen so you have to swipe to go to the next or previous page.
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File Type: pdf 135485466-TGSF-Advisors-Major-Themes-April-2013-Copy.pdf (8.07 MB, 192 views)
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Old 05-25-2013, 07:33 AM   #3
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I have recently bought a Kobo Aura HD and sadly I am having the same problem.
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