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Topic # 5602 11-Nov-2005 13:37
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Gidday,

I have Spb Pocket Plus installed (great package) but I have an issue where MS eBook Reader does not display full screen any more. There is still the task/window bar at the top and the spb battery monitor showing which chews up useful screen space. Has anyone else had this issue? Is there a fix? I don't want to have to uninstall spb, but I do love reading my eBooks... Oh, is an iPaq hx4700




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Reply # 23031 11-Nov-2005 15:14
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What OS version are you running?

Also, I don't know exactly, but I thought MS Reader had serious problems with VGA screens, such as the one used on the hx4700.









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  Reply # 23041 11-Nov-2005 20:24
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freitasm: What OS version are you running?
Also, I don't know exactly, but I thought MS Reader had serious problems with VGA screens, such as the one used on the hx4700.


I am running PPC 2003 premium. I downloaded version 2.4 of MS Reader for PPC which, supposedly, addresses the VGA issues. I am just wondering if my issue is something to do with the way psb pocket plus handles running tasks? *shrugs* Might have to try uninstalling spb and see what happens...




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