|05-25-2005, 03:24 PM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2002
Device: Too many to count here.
Cybook offers "Mobipocket Vision" for the visually impaired
The Cybook is a dedicated e-book reader hardware that won the heart of many e-book fans. Unfortunately, the standard Mobipocket Reader software that comes with it does not offer large font support for visually impaired readers, as Bob, one of our members noted. Now Laurent from Bookeen came to the rescue and told us that they've developed a special version of Mobipocket code-named "Mobipocket Vision". Here is his full reply with instruction how you can get it:
We are very happy to learn about your feedback on the Cybook and your mother.
We have developed an additional Cybook version of "Mobipocket Reader" with large and even very large characters (internal code name: "Mobipocket Vision") as well as larger icons. Please get in touch with us at <firstname.lastname@example.org> so we can send you the procedure to install this special version on your Cybook.
For Cybook related messages, a Cybook Yahoo Group was recently created at <groups.yahoo.com/group/cybook/>.
All the best,
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