Let's say you are reading an ebook with a zoom level of 167%, and you decide to jump to a new page from the table of contents. Then you lose the zoom. This is a low level bug and should be fixed by the Abode team. Also the Reader needs forward and backword buttons to facilitate jumping to new pages of the ebook. To sum it up, a lot people are using the Reader as a ebook reader and the Reader is currently lacking some features to support reading ebooks. This is not good. Can someone tell me whether the Adobe team can read this suggestion?
You can add a number of navigation buttons to the toolbar, includingfirst apge, previous page, next page, last page, go to page number, previous view, and next view. The previous and next view button remember the zoom.
Thanks for the tip. It solved one problem, but the other problem remains. When you click a new page from table of contents, the zoom is lost. This is a bug I believe.
Note that links can be set up with differerent settings. One such settings allows the zoom to be inherited, which means the zoom will be retained after the link is clicked. Other settings allow a link to zoom to a particular setting such as fit width, height, etc. So it all depends on how the link was set up.