I'm afraid ADE 2.0 wasn't designed with touch in mind (I often wonder if it was designed at all, or is just a random collection of bugs).
You should be able to use the left/right arrow markers to the sides of the scroll-bar at the bottom of the page?
- Exactly... Yes I could try to use the RIDICULOUSLY SMALL arrows to navigate but the whole thing is frustrating to say the least (the book is a pdf too, so even less usable) I'm really pissed off at this. I didn't even want the damn ADE, but google play forces me to use it in order to read the book that I baught!
- Apparently going through ADE is the only way in which I can read MY book (the one I paid good money for) when I'm not connected to the internet.
- I hope they'll release a working, touch-capable version of ADE for win 8, and soon!
I hope they'll release a working, touch-capable version of ADE for win 8, and soon!
I wouldn't hold your breath, the bug-ridden ADE2.0 has been out for over a year with no attempt to fix even the most glaring issues.
The only alternative I know for reading Adobe DRM books on Windows is Sony Reader. https://ebookstore.sony.com/download/
It is designed for use with Sony eReader devices, but works standalone without.
I don't think there is a touch version yet, but maybe (no promises) you will find it a little less bad then ADE?
It does seem to have larger forward/back arrows to touch.
I have just been alerted by another post to ...
DL Reader app for Windows RT http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/en-gb/app/dl-reader/0be254fa-1323-4bda-92fa-698fe502456c
I don't know if touch works with it, but it looks as if it should.