Homebrew [help] Ands-pdf, an old PDF viewer foto DS/DSi

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Could someone provide me with a link to Ands-pdf, a PDF viewer for DS/DSi.
Gamebrew(dot)org is not reachable from my country, so please provide me with a link to another website if you can.
Has anyone ever used it? Does it have any limitations regarding the size of a book?

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There is a download section on this site too
https://gbatemp.net/download/ands-pdf-adobe-reader-icon-fix.9702/

Can't remember the hard limits of things here but it gets increasingly annoying to use the more pictures, colours, tables and whatnot to the point most give up long before then.
Your average fantasy PDF copy with front cover, back cover and map is probably going to be OK but if you can go in more for text. I had a PSP during the same timeframe though so I mostly went with that for PDF stuff as it was vaguely more usable.
I would sooner however suggest you go in for something like https://wiki.mobileread.com/wiki/Nintendo_DS with epub support or even do web based things and read HTML instead if possible.
 
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Thanks @VatoLoco I actually didn't know lkureader: it would seem to be an ePub/txt viewer. I will try it.:)

Off topic note: my enthusiasm for our cheretic has never left me. Still continues my gaming marathon on the various, fantastic Heretic megawads: I am perhaps the only one who continues to appreciate these old gems.;)
 
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