Your Dickens supports the most common formats used by electronic books so that the content fits perfectly on the readers' screens.
Formats that are adjustable to the screen
These formats are not structured in the same way as a PDF document can be. However, they allow the page to be automatically adjusted to the reader who has to display it on the screen regardless of which one it is. Not only that, we can tell it to expand the font, for example, so that the reader will use a larger font and adjust the entire document, which will automatically have a greater number of pages, while the
contents and other bookmarks will continue to point to the different chapters and references although they are now on a different page. In addition this type of processing of a text very much helps the automatic conversion to other formats.
The supported formats are:
Keep in mind that the content of most formats (EPUB, FB2, TXT, etc.) should be plain text, since the reader does not allow certain complex text configurations or layouts
. Text should have no formatting.
Text files are made up of thousands of characters, so it is normal for the device to take a minute to load some of them since it has to convert them and adjust them to the
screen. Everything will depend on the size of the file. It is recommended that the files are not larger than 5MB (1MB for files with the extension RTF, etc.).
It may be that the lower bookmark of pages in the text file you are reading does not correspond to the actual pagination of the file. This will depend on the layout of the original file.
Unlike EPUB and the previous formats, PDF format (Portable Document Format) is a format developed by Adobe. It is a layout format, that is, it structures a document in a rigid way, with a certain page size
and other elements that cannot be changed later, such as the size of the text, since it is as if the text were part of the sheet and cannot be extracted.
Therefore, if the PDF document does not have a page size suitable for the reader's screen, we will not be able to read easily, and the TEXT SIZE function will be limited.
To counteract this drawback of PDF files, the reader is also able to open files in the following formats: EPUB/FB2/TXT/RTF/MOBI. You can use the application 'Calibre’ to convert it to one of the latter.
PDF files are made up of thousands of characters and images, so it is normal that the device may take a minute to load some of them since it has to convert them and
adjust them to the screen. Everything will depend on the size of the file. It is recommended that the files are not larger than 5MB.