BIG PROBLEM: Headers and images will NOT CENTRE

Forums Support & Feedback BIG PROBLEM: Headers and images will NOT CENTRE

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  • #225

    LondonReader
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    As you can see on your promo shots on your own website, standalone headers and captions and images in epub books DO NOT CENTRE, despite being HTML coded to do so.

    This is a fundamental and very very disappointing bug in an otherwise promising piece of software. It makes the software useless and unsuitable for use in professional presentation situations.

    What is the problem in allowing simple images and headings, correctly coded in HTML, to be centred? Why on earth overide this??

    All is working on other epub readers, including ADE and Calibre.

    Will this be fixed?

    Thank you for any response.

    #226

    admin
    Keymaster

    First of all, thank you very much for your feedback, it is very appreciated. I will check this issue, you are right, actually if the images and headings are HTML-centred we would expect to have it really centred. I’m afraid there is something in the format that’s not allowing to do so.

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 3 weeks ago by  admin.
    #228

    LondonReader
    Participant

    Thank you for your fast reply, I look forward to hearing about any fix for this. I prefer BookReader to all other reading apps because you have made great attempts to create a life-like reading experience. It is the only ereader like this.

    It would also be great to have, if possible, user-tickable options for:
    1. Add an animation for the COVER – so the COVER image of the epub file is placed on the ‘cover’ of the book in BookReader, like a real book. So after you see the cover, the book ‘opens’ and then you go to the first page. Right now the cover is INSIDE the book when you view it – the cover should be on the FRONT of the book.
    2. A page number at the bottom of EACH page, centred or maybe at outside edge of page, like a real book.
    3. A ‘running head’ above the main text on each page (maybe at 70% font size of main text), displaying the title of the book (but not on ‘new chapter’ pages).

    These are just my suggestions.
    It is a good experience using your app.
    Thanks again.
    London, UK

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