eBook reader coming soon ireader

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Jun 30, 2010
  1. Gh0sti
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    iReader

    iReader is SC team official E-book software for SuperCard DSTWO. It Supports more text / image format, operation is simple, the functional and practical, intended to better read Figure user experience.

    Text format: txt?pdf?html?ini…………
    Image format: BMP?JPEG?JPG?PNG?TIF?gif…………
    Tips: Support ZIP file.

    ?UI?
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    Folders and Files list
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    LOADING

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    ?Reading E-Book?
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    Reader supports txt, pdf, html and other formats, browsing can hand paddling touch screen, power to make the user feel the natural buffering effect of the transition. Bookmarks, reading style, replacing the use of these features meet user needs and individual needs.

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    Selection and customize background
    http://forum.supercard.sc/attachments/1007...86bb0b6704e.png

    Bookmark Settings

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    E-book menu

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    Bookmark

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    Set text size spacing

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    Quick Jump percentage
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    View picture function support touch screen and keyboard shortcuts, user-friendly to operate according to their own habits. It support rotate and zoom function. Down screen display touch button, the Up screen display the user selection part.

    Currently iReader has entered the internal testing phase, and believe it can meet the user of DSTWO soon. ^ _ ^

    straight from sc site
     
  2. Pliskron

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    This looks nice but I wonder why there's no epub support.
     
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    wow this is soo cool
    now i REALLY want a dstwo [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    i have no money for a dstwo
     
  4. portezbie

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    very nice.
     
  5. Dimensional

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    I'm glad I have a DS TWO.
     
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    very nice, cant wait to test
     
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    Whoahooo!!!!! can't wait, but gonna have to

    What with this & eos v1.03 AND SNES emulator - us DSTwo owners have a lot to look forward to
    (Homebrew developers have even more - what with the SDk as well)
     
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    I already like using Moonshell for my picture and text viewing purposes, but this supporting PDF, and accelerated image viewing should be quite awesome.
    Yet another reason to buy a DS Two.
     
  9. nl255

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    Considering the SNES emulator was delayed due to the SDK, that is very good news. Software like the upcoming SDK is always better when they eat their own dogfood (use their own software, such as the SDK).
     
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    Where's the media player that they promised? i am dissapoint
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    Well, this looks pretty good. I'm probably going to use this a lot.
     
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    Aw... give the guys (& gals ?!?) a chance
    You've still got Moonshell to use for now, & you can still install homebrew like 'tuna-vid' or 'lmp-ng' if you don't like that

    Perhaps they're gonna wait & see how much trouble they have with the SDK/SNES Emu first, THEN bring out the media player
     
  12. DeltaBurnt

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    No PDF interface pictures T.T

    Anyways, this looks really nice and sleek. Hopefully this is set to come out in mid-july as well.
     
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    yet again they did not promise a media player, everyone thinks they did but they didnt
     
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    They just showed us full pictures of a feature we have barely seen or heard anything of even since the flashcarts announcement in November.
     
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    such a shame man, such a shame.... will be enjoying my new shiny dstwo soon compliments of shoptemp [​IMG] glad i choose a supercard dstwo over acekard!
     
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    so far SCDSTWO is a very good flashcart for standard usage. Sure the RTS is buggy (shortcut combination doesn't work all the time) and the GBA emulation needs a bit more work but on average the AP doesn't need a patch on average (until the system gets an update to the DSProtect algorithm.) So I'm a very impressed with the ease of use for most things. NDS loading is prefect either if you look at the various error reports about lag and such but I expect it will get cleared up as the system goes along.
     
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    i hope supercard keep supporting the flashcart, that's the main thing.
     
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    The supercard team still supports their slot-2 flashcarts, so I don't think there's much to worry about.
     
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    Wow that look so smexy.Cany wait for some pdf on my ds [​IMG]
     
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    RTS/in game menu has always been buggy. At least bringing up the in game menu doesn't freeze the game very often, unlike the CycloDS. At least it isn't nearly as bad as the Game Action Replay (not to be confused with the Pro Action Replay which used cheat codes like the Game Genie) or the NakiTek Game Saver+ for the SNES.
     

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