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John Purdy11/09/2021 01:21:34
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When bringing up a digital mag in the reader on this site it comes up at 100% size which is really too small to read comfortably. Setting the size to 150% makes it readable but as soon as you turn the page it reverts back to 100%. Is there any way to make it remain at a pre-selected size as the pages are turned? I have tried everything I can think of and nothing works. As it is it is most user unfriendly.


Paul Lousick11/09/2021 02:56:25
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Its better to view the mags thru Pocketmags.

JasonB11/09/2021 07:19:29
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Although Pocketmags default view is larger it is still not as big as 150% so may be OK . However like the ME viewer will revert from an enlarged size as you turn the page

Circlip11/09/2021 09:15:28
1500 forum posts

If you get a HDMI lead and plug it into a Tele - - - - - -

Regards Ian

Michael Gilligan11/09/2021 09:25:03
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Posted by Circlip on 11/09/2021 09:15:28:

If you get a HDMI lead and plug it into a Tele - - - - - -

… the picture might be bigger, but the resolution probably won’t improve.


Peter Greene 🇨🇦11/09/2021 20:20:18
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I haven't tried since I don't have a subscription but does it respond to standard Windows enlarging commands (ctrl-Scrollwheel etc)?

John Purdy13/09/2021 17:30:22
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Thanks for the replies. Sounds like that's the way it is, so will have to live with it. Never been a fan of digital mags, even less now.

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