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Old 05-28-2010, 06:55 PM   #1
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Txtr and Adobe drm on the iPad

Couldn't see any mention of this but if you jailbreak and use Fullforce on the txtr app you can get your drm'ed (ADE) epub files working perfectly on the iPad.

Epubs display just as they would in any other ADE supported reading device. All you have to do is tap in the middle of the screen after opening the file to increase the text size to one suitable for the iPad.

I'll post some screenshots when I get time. But is seems perfectly stable with Fullforce.
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Old 05-29-2010, 01:14 AM   #2
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I'll have to check out an ebook from my library and give it a try. Other than that, txtr is a lousy reading app

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I know TXTR is a compromise but after so many attempts I do have a legal DRM copy of books I purchased through Sony on my iPad. If all of my attmepts had resulted in ADE rendered files, I could manage them. It is just the incomplete fragments that are showing up in my library that I would like to clear out. TXTR web site and HELP screens are no help at all.
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Both iFlowReader and Bluefire have iPad apps, and read Adobe DRM (including Overdrive library books). Why then txtr?
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