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Old 05-13-2016, 12:51 PM   #91
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Is here anyone with Nook Glowlight Plus?
Is the latest nightly build of KOreader working properly?
I have the Nook Glowlight Pus. The latest nightly release (koreader-nightly-20160513) seems to work fine. I did try around a week ago the stable release and other nightly builds and all of them did fail.

I need to test it more to see if everything is fine, but looks good now. I'm happy to have a proper epub/pdf client now in my Nook.
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Just tried the latest today, after a rough start (stuck scanning the filesystem?) started on a regular tablet. Planning to use it on a T61 (Android with eInk). It's promising, however my main interest is with quality formatted epubs with proper embedded styles and it seems CoolReader heritage is coming through. The first book to load revealed that certain funny properties are present in the default epub.css file (supplied by KOReader) that are hard to override by embedded styles (like extra pagebreaks around h1 and h2 tags).

I didn't try what the case is with a custom css file, because that won't help the embedded styles (unless I use the stylesheet extracted from the book itself).

Still, thumbs up, keep up the good job!

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Old 07-13-2016, 06:34 AM   #94
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Hi! Do you know how'to fix it
The scroll bar is half not on the screen
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Also i would like to know on the onyx device how to be in full screen mode, meaning to say without the top bar

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Old 07-13-2016, 10:08 AM   #95
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There was a Viewport implemented to fix where the bezel covers part of the screen. For the Android version you could try opening the .apk in 7-zip to: "assets\module\koreader\frontend\device\generic\de vice.lua" and setting the viewport on and setting the x & y to match your screen dimensions. (I haven't done it, so you might have to work out the exact change, for your device.) I suggest you use Notepad++ to do the edits. Save after your tries and back out so that 7-zip recompresses the files. You can then sign the package using "EasyApkDisassembler", so that it will install.

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There was a Viewport implemented to fix where the bezel covers part of the screen. For the Android version you could try opening the .apk in 7-zip to: "assets\module\koreader\frontend\device\generic\de vice.lua" and setting the viewport on and setting the x & y to match your screen dimensions. (I haven't done it, so you might have to work out the exact change, for your device.) I suggest you use Notepad++ to do the edits. Save after your tries and back out so that 7-zip recompresses the files. You can then sign the package using "EasyApkDisassembler", so that it will install.

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What do i have to put instead of :

{x = 0 - self.viewport.x, y = 0 - self.viewport.y})


the resolution of the screen ?

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What do i have to put instead of :

{x = 0 - self.viewport.x, y = 0 - self.viewport.y})


the resolution of the screen ?

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That is where I would start. Then with the "y" 40 pixels more and see if that moves things in the right direction. What did you replace the "nil" with?

Keep in mind that I am just guessing here, I haven't my Android tablet anymore.

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Old 08-22-2016, 03:58 AM   #99
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That is where I would start. Then with the "y" 40 pixels more and see if that moves things in the right direction. What did you replace the "nil" with?

Keep in mind that I am just guessing here, I haven't my Android tablet anymore.

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edit : TY I FINALLY SUCCEED



Hello
i have an Onyx Boox (max) and i wanted to use Koreader in order to have 2 pages un landscape mode for pdf

Can you explain me how to do it ?

i saw on a post that i have to change DCREREADER_TWO_PAGE_THRESHOLD and it seems that its only for epub
but i don"t know where is it and how to do it
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Right, no Java. The Lua scripting provides the user interface and the support for the reader engines used. It also provides the framework for the "plug-ins" that add additional related functions. The Github project Wiki, is a good place to start.

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Is amazing what this "scripting" language can do, this app looks gorgeous to me.
And now I understand why does not have a dropbox, google drive sync feature, it is probably because have to be written from scratch without using the easy Java API.
Thank you to comes back to me, but Android cannot allow me to lose one second to keep going with all the new stuff that come every week, especially since it is not my official job to be dev, so studying lua is not an option, altough I am really curious over, why is not so used in the Android world. People are speaking a lot about Kotlin, but never heard over LUA for android, also on Stackoverflow there is not too much going on.
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This might interest you. Much of the good stuff works with the Just In Time (JIT) compiler.
This might help as well. With KOReader.

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This might help as well. With KOReader.

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Ken thank you is a fascinating language, and sometimes I love the duck engine as well
my priority now is to become a full android dev, so have to go mainstream, in the future is not excluded nothing, even because LUA is quite C friendly, and I like the so called low level coding, although I guess is not the case of lua, anyway the inventor have to be really good, it has also some functional paradigms as the lambda expressions, I am really impressed.
Anyway strange the community did not embrace too much. I stop here to not go
Korereader has a lot of nice features, really would be a dream the community will pull requests as a hell.
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