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Magnify webpages as you browse the web to easily read anything.

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First of all I must say that it is a grate program, after looking at several other.
However I would like to to state out 3 things.

There is no "memory" each time a page is loaded the zoom resets and must be set again.

When zooming the scroll bars also grow to out of proportion in my opinion. This is not seen at the demo you show.

It can be a good idea to assign the plus and minus functions to the keyboard for quicker response.
by allon Erel on Jul 22 2006 11:50am Reply

Easyread feedback

Thanks for the feedback, these are all very good suggestions for EasyRead and we will certainly bear them in mind for future versions of the application.

With regards to the scrollbars growing, it appears that on some sites the scrollbars grow and on others they do not. On the page http://news.bbc.co.uk that we have on the demo they do not grow. This is a factor of which HTML document type is used in the html markup code and I don't belive that it is something we can easily control without having possible adverse effects on the page layout.
by Nico Westerdale on Jul 24 2006 2:34pm Reply

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Thanks for your reply.

It seems that the bbc site is one of the few sites that the scrool bars do not grow.

Can you check out the following site :

http://www.nrg.co.il/

some parts are magnified and some are not.

Allon
by allon erel on Jul 25 2006 2:10pm Reply

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It looks like they're using some advanced CSS in their HTML on that page. The vast majority of pages do magnify fine, it looks like this is one of the exceptions.
by Nico Westerdale on Jul 25 2006 2:33pm Reply

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another website that has problems:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki
by on Oct 15 2006 1:03am Reply

Easyread feedback

Yes this is interesting.This site does not work,
but using Ctrl + (mouse)scroll wheel,will give some magnification.Go figure.
by Peter E on Oct 16 2006 12:03am Reply

Easyread feedback

Yes this is interesting.This wiki site does not work,
but using Ctrl + (mouse)scroll wheel,will give some magnification.Go figure.
by Peter E on Oct 16 2006 12:05am Reply

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