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to the Realm of Free Classics with
Developed by, and is presented here courtesy of Simon Dempsey
Click the "Open" button, and a complete book will open.
Have a look at the book and play around with the fonts and colors. If you need more instructions, scroll down this page.
reading. If you want to continue reading later, close the
book and it offers to send you a bookmark by email. The
email links back to this web page.
PRIVACY NOTICE: Your email is NEVER used for any other purpose than sending you the bookmark.
link and this time the book will open at the same page
you left off !
Your chosen fonts and colors are remembered, too.
Tell your friends about this new FREE reading joy.
How To Use This Book for The Easiest Online Reading Experience Ever:
When you first open this book, it fills the entire screen. To reduce the window size click on the square icon at the top right of the window and click on "Restore". Now the corners and edges may be dragged by the mouse
pointer to resize the window to whatever size and shape you prefer. The page margins are automatically re-done for you every time.
CHANGING THE COLORS and TEXT SETTINGS
Click the "Show Options" button to display the Color/Text Settings. The page display will change as you change these settings:
Once you are done with the settings, click on the "Hide Options" button.
To scroll the pages, use the
"Page Down" and "Page Up" buttons at the
bottom. After using any of these buttons at least once, you can
also scroll pages using the spacebar, the Enter, PageDown,
CursorDown or CursorRight keys to turn the next page.
Pressing the PageUp, CursorUp or CursorLeft keys will also turn to the previous page.
Click the "Show Options" button to open the controls box. The chapter headings will be listed for you.
Double click on the chapter you want.
Consider using a larger font and moving further away from your display. Turning pages is much faster and easier with this book than with a physical book so it doesn't matter if there are fewer lines on each page.
Different color/contrast settings may be more comfortable at different times of the day. Consider using black on white or white on black at midday when the room is well lit. Consider using light blue on dark blue in the evening when your eyes are more tired.
SPREAD THE WORDS
If you enjoy using this book to read the great classics be sure to tell others so they can try it too.
Enjoy your reading!