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FBReader Start Page

Mon, 19 Sep 2016 13:05:19 GMT

I use FBReader 2.7.2 on Android 4.4.2. Each time I open the app, it opens an introductory book about FBReader. Instead I would like to see the last book I was reading when I closed the app. How can I change the start page?



Bookdesigner and LRF help please

Sat, 17 Sep 2016 17:17:22 GMT

I use Bookdesigner to generate LRF files for my Sony reader and have come across a snag. I find that in a line where there are two words joined by an emdash which together would not fit on the end of the line then the complete pair are pushed to a new line. Whereas it would look better if there was a break either before or after the emdash. Eg undecidedly— (line break) whereupon would look much better instead of undecidedly—whereupon (on a new line leaving large gap at end of the previous line) Whenever I ask for help with Bookdesigner I am often told that there are better and newer programs and formats to use but after years of experimenting with these I find that, for me, this combination is the winner. I am just an old fashioned girl at heart. I know HarryT wrote a very helpful guide on using Bookdesigner but this particular problem is not mentioned there so I would be grateful if there are any Bookdesigner diehards out there who might be able to help