The Digital Editions <a href="http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/help/">help page</a> lists all of the <a href="http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/help/#shortcut_keys" /></a>keyboard shortcuts. <br /> <br />To show or hide the side panel use F4, and the left and right arrows (among others) will scroll up or down. <br /> <br />Clicking, holding and dragging the corner of the page in double page view to turn the page, is a particular favorite feature with our management, that we just didn't have time to implement in 1.0.
I agree. Also, if they do not have a preview, the majority of teachers are not going to purchase them online. I am required in my district in Florida to buy everything that I want for my classroom.
This comes from my own personal funds.
I will not buy a "pig-in-a-poke"
Page turn allthough very good looking soon becomes pointess and gets in the way. by all means put it into a future version but core funtions are more important than the bells and whistles I think.
Please could someone get back to me about the memory usage problem i seem to be havng. even if it's just to let me know that is normal for the app to use 300,000K!
You can hide the side bar by double-clicking on the little arrow (half-way down the sidebar, on the right), click-dragging the same arrow to the left or using the keyboard shortcut [F4]. That should get you more than 80% viewing space :)
Also, you can increase and decrease font size by either clicking on the icons (top right) or using the shortcuts [ctrl]+[+] and [ctrl]+[-].
A list of shortcuts can be found as one of the pages on the help site http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/help/#shortcut_keys
Hope that helps :)
I've made "previous page" and "next page" nav buttons for my recently finished book and it also has a horizontal layout for increased readability.
I noticed that in Digital Editions they stopped working.Will this be a permanent downside or is it going to be fixed in later editions?
I love the idea that DE is lightweight and easy to use but I don't think it should cut down on functionality to such a degree.After all, nav buttons aren't such a big deal.
I also had a "start" button supposed to "re-wind" to page 1 and one that linked to my website.I guess I could easily give up on these...but nav buttons are hard to let go.
Links inside the book also don't work anymore.I have a 30 page chapter reviewing some web services and links are important to some degree.Luckily I also specifically mentioned them in www.domain.tld format instead of linking the website title to the actual domain only.
The intention is to support in Digital Editions those PDF features reasonably needed by eBooks and other commercially published content, balancing 100% coverage with a focus on small size and high performance
you guys are posting thoughts, comments and ideas on how adobe can improve their 'digital editions' when they havent dealt with the most important problem (we cant read legit ebooks we purchased payed money for). I dont understand what this world is becoming. How in God's name can adobe bring out a product that doesnt even do the core/basic thing its meant to do - read ebooks!
you guys are meant to be discussing how we can sue adobe not proposing ideas to adobe
there ought to be intermediate zoom level with easy-to-use controls. Even the custom feature didn't let me find a comfortable balance between flv converter text's being large enough to read on my laptop and yet not shouting at me (as it does in fit width).
when they havent dealt with the most important problem (we cant read legit ebooks we purchased payed money for). I
Is there a way to search by title or author in Library view..it is a very useful feature when the collection grows big..