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Orneta Reader

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File Name :: Orneta Reader

Author :: www.msmobiles.com

Category :: Tools - Productivity

Description ::

Some features of the program are:

read files in formats: text and PDF (only text of the PDF, no graphics supported)

while reading PDF files the text is being reflowed so that you can easily read these files, without the need for scrolling like it is in some PDF viewers

read files of any size (no size limits)

page by page viewing of the file, no scrollbars

built-in mini file explorer, that remembers where you have been during file browsing - next time you want to open file the explorer opens the same directory and highlights the same file as last time

pagination in background - program is calculating page numbers while you can read the text at the same time

menu position "Recent", that lists lately opened files and makes it possible to re-open them immediately without file browsing and without the need for re-pagination

"Keep backlight on" feature, that allows you to read the text for longer time without a fear that the display will go off

"Playback" feature, that allows you to read the text totally hands free - without the need to touch keypad (works well with "Keep backlight on"); 3 types of playback at this moment available: Page by Page, Line by Line and Word by Word.

rapid reading: with playback feature the phone is "turning" pages for you and visual indicators are pointing your eyes to the place in the text - in this way you can achieve big speeds in reading and the reading process becomes pleasant and the information "flows" into your mind easily

comfortable, context sensitive, left-soft key: "Find next" in searching, "Pause/Resume" in playback and "Open" otherwise

menu positions "Find" and "Find next" - the string, that has been found is highlighted - all occurances of it on the given page are highlighted, not just one

You will need a registration code for this application, click here for more information.

Many thanks to Jacek Rutkowski from MS Mobiles, who now owns the Orneta applications, for allowing their inclusion in our database.

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Hi there! This is a great software that I use for reading long pdf materials. However, I have encountered problems when I open any pdf file: The "standby timer" which normally appears when I load a software is constantly ON. Even if I wait for 10 minutes, the timer never disappears, which obviously hinders my ability to read the pdf material. Is there any way I can remove this "glitch"? Thanks.

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Hi there! This is a great software that I use for reading long pdf materials. However, I have encountered problems when I open any pdf file: The "standby timer" which normally appears when I load a software is constantly ON. Even if I wait for 10 minutes, the timer never disappears, which obviously hinders my ability to read the pdf material. Is there any way I can remove this "glitch"? Thanks.

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I have this same problem on my C500. And long TXT files don't seem to want to open at all, either.

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Have just downloaded Ornets Reader and experiencing the same problem as above ... anyone any ideas?

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Orneta have started up again and are presently updating their applications for WM5 compatibility.

It might be idea to put the question to Orneta using their own support forum.

http://www.orneta.com/support/

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This software is freeware? I install it in my phone and when i start it, the program give me code registration.

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It sure is freeware ;)

Just see here for the code http://x.msmobiles.com/free-smartphone-software/default.aspx

:) :D :D :D :D :) :) :) :) ;) ;)

Server Error in '/' Application.

The resource cannot be found.

Description: HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly.

Requested URL: /free-smartphone-software/default.aspx

Version Information: Microsoft .NET Framework Version:2.0.50727.42; ASP.NET Version:2.0.50727.42

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can anyone tellme the code :( plz

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