- Noté 3 sur 5par Zenfox, il y a 5 moisI would like to be able to use theming for day and night reading options
- Noté 3 sur 5par Manuel, il y a 6 moisFunciona muy bien, pero antes permitia abrir los libros directamente del firefox de forma integrada, ahora solo se pueden abrir buscandolos desde examinar archivo. Deberían incluir nuevamente esa característica
- Noté 3 sur 5par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 14461240 de Firefox, il y a un anНе полностью поддерживает формат EPUB.
- Noté 3 sur 5par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 14019679 de Firefox, il y a un anThis is a good epub reader but I do wish that it could be configured as to whether or not previously read pages are listed in the browser's back button. (Right now it seems that they are with no option to disable that feature.)
- Noté 3 sur 5par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 13475572 de Firefox, il y a 2 ansOnly thing i intensely dislike about this reader is that if you mess up and close the tab, or have a crash, and you don't recall which ePub you're reading, there's no way to go back to it. Surely there should be a way to write a local state file that would remember the previous opened file and position. Setting a bookmark is fine, but doesn't solve this issue.
If that were solved, it would be 5*.
The other issue is that if highlighting and selecting text, if you're heading towards the margin rather than away and you go a tad too far it will can it as a next/previous page activation, even though there is no click. Easy to recover from, but annoying.
- Noté 3 sur 5par Corentin, il y a 2 ansIt works well to open files from a web link (HTTP://...). However, if I try to open local files (local hard drive or local network), I get endless "open with..." dialogs.
I found a dirty fix : when I open a file from the web, the address always starts with "moz-extension://697be157-ddf5-4bbd-bd58-56b42dd47af5/reader.html", so I bookmarked this address, and it launches a "blank" epubreader interface, from there I can click the top gray "open" menu, so I can browse my local computer manually. It would be a lot nicer if I could just double-click files from Windows Explorer.
Réponse du développeurmis en ligne : il y a 2 ansThe way you describe to read local epub files is the standard way. You can open the "open" dialog via the EPUBReader toolbar button. Unfortunately, due to Firefox security restrictions it's not possible to open epub files directly from the file explorer.
- Noté 3 sur 5par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 15145534 de Firefox, il y a 2 ansIt would be nice to make use of the speech synthesizer capacities to read the book out loud with speed controls
Réponse du développeurmis en ligne : il y a 2 ansThis is already possible by using the Read Aloud extension: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/read-aloud/
- Noté 3 sur 5par Solipse, il y a 5 ansThe earlier version is lovely - the lack of obvious links in the main page is a problem, the links to working versions may be there and it's possible I haven't seen them but this is part of the definition of 'no OBVIOUS' links! No add-on developer should be collaborating in this desire to herd the sheeple into auto-update braindeath, "Automatically update" == "oh yes master developer I trust you to run anything you like on my system anytime you feel like it" Or, in my case NOT.
Your earlier version is lovely, you should be making it obviously available and telling people that Firefox 52 ESR is perfectly functional, with none of the RUSTbucket crippling the Chrome-Crazy development team want to inflict!
All the good add-ons work ok on Firefox 52, if you get 52.2.0 then you may need to alter about:config to force it not to complain about version numbers (do a websearch!) but otherwise it's equally lovely.