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Old 06-03-2010, 12:05 PM   #31
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If this is -probably- so, BRISS does the same as Acrobat does: it does not physically crop the file but -kind of- emulates the cropping.

Here is the display result when you look at a BRISS cropped file on the PRS-505 (from two columns to a single one):
- small : the file is still displayed with double-columns and hardly legible
- medium: easy reading with only one column cropped file
- big: lines too short, reflow problems

From it, you can see that you have in fact only one choice. I must add that the medium display above is reasonably fast, and you can "turn" the pages quickly enough to allow a sustained reading.Of course, you still get the original PDF page breaks.

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