I reiterate this question: where is the two-page view in current version?
Remember that ADE does NOT support all features of Adobe Reader.
Well, I use ADE for e-book lending from a public library. Can I open a DRMed book (.pdf actually) in Adobe Reader then?
PS. And I'd consider a two-page view a necessity, not a feature.
OK, I've tried and failed to open the .pdf (with its DRM unlocked in ADE) in Adobe Reader. Also, I see that the "ADE help" still states
Fit Double Page — This shows you two pages at a time. You can go from page to page using menu items (click the word "Reading" on the left of the toolbar), the scroll bar buttons, or the Page Up and Down keys. You cannot scale the page (except by enlarging the window size) or scroll smoothly.
I reckon this for the pre-2.0 version?
In short, is there no way to have a two-page view in current (2.0) ADE? If that is so, then this should be fixed.
PS. The "Sign in" link (top-right) is broken (at least in Safari 6).
I'm just a user of ADE, so I can't comment on functions or features of
PPS: most folks don't consider two page reading at all, much less a
I know that one page view is just fine for linear reading (ie novels and alike), but as soon as you get into technical books, it really is handy to look at two pages (I would not mind even three etc.) at once ... especially with these widescreen displays.
My point is that I do not remember the last time I came across a reader (free or not) that did not have a two-page mode.
And don't forget, ADE did have the two-page mode in previous versions!