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Old 09-21-2013, 10:48 AM   #1
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Kobo Arc Home Page in landscape

Good afternoon all !!

After being a big fan of the Kobo Glo for some time now, I have now invested in a Kobo Arc. So far, I am most impressed and love it !!!
However, I got a cover / stand that stands the Glo in landscape position. All applications display in landscape, but whenever I go to the homepage it reverts back to portrait. I am getting a stiff neck tilting my head every time to view the home page. Is there any way to display the home page in landscape, too?
Alternatively I will have to get a cover / stand that stands in portrait mode and watch everything in that mode. Have not yet found such a cover / stand as yet.

Can anyone help, please??

Thank you and a great weekend to all!!

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Can really nobody help, please????
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Old 10-04-2013, 07:35 AM   #3
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Unfortunately, there's no way to make Tapestries (Kobo's custom interface) go into landscape mode (because they, like Google, apparently decided that 7" tablets should be considered phones).

If you want landscape mode, you can only install a new launcher from Google Play. I personally use Nova Launcher:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...oilsw.launcher
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