DJView4

Discussion in 'Asus (Android)' started by d.goryachev, Oct 19, 2011.

  1. pbarrette

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  2. eddy

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    Can you please post the path to this directory?
     
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    I've installed this app and opened book. It is amazing!!! It works faster than native reader! One thing save native reader from neglecting is ability to take notes.
     
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    Native djvu reader can take notes??? How??
     
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    Hey d.g.,

    thanks a lot for your great work with djview and fbreader! A quick question: How can I uninstall an application? Is it possible to do that?

    Greets,
    domee
     
  6. d.goryachev

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    It depends on how you installed these programs. If DJView4 from QtPacker - just click uninstall on it.

    If via package with dvt_cjeck file - i can write uninstallation script. Need to say, I would strongly recommend to use QtPacker due to easy installation and removing routine.
     
  7. domee

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    Okay, but the DjView which I can install via QtPacker is not the latest version, is it?
     
  8. d.goryachev

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    There are two djvu viewers - djvu from latest asus firmware (russian fw only) and djview4 - fully functional application.

    Both of them - latest existing version.
     
  9. domee

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    great, thank you:)
     
  10. d.goryachev

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    2All: Is it worth to assign "minimize" action to "Home" button on sensor panel (between left and right arrows). If yes, to which action I should assign 2nd button on bottom panel?
     

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