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  1.    #1  
    Hi,

    Lithium Reader is my new app for HP webOS !!!!



    Lithium Reader allows you to download in PDF Format webpages for offline reading (on a plane for example, ...), share weblinks and PDF short URLs easily !

    Here's a PDF file generated by Lithium Reader :

    http://prin.tt/j67qNL
    http://prin.tt/mxsOa5

    This is the first version I release in the beta feeds indeed. This app uses Joliprint API to provide offline reading capabilities. Tell me what do you think about Lithium Reader, suggestions are welcome !

    Available here : https://developer.palm.com/appredire....lithiumreader

  2. #3  
    I like the sound of this app. Can it follow link rel tags to grab multipage documents? (If you don't know what I mean I'll send you a link).

    I can't install it, though. I get this message - "This application cannot run on your current operating system. Use the updates app to install the system update and try again."

    I have a 1.4.5 Pre.
  3. #4  
    It's an interesting idea. I haven't installed your app yet (no device right now ), but I did look at the sample document you provided.

    Would it be possible to create a pdf that was more Pre-screen friendly? In other words, could you create a smaller pdf document that we could read on our devices without having to zoom-in and pan around, but simply advance pages? That would be killer.
  4. #5  
    looks cool. Does this mean we can finally open stuff like this?:
    http://www.palm.com/us/support/handb..._UG_VZW_en.pdf
  5.    #6  
    hum... Lithium Reader is not a PDF reader, but creates PDF (opened by palm pdf app)
  6.    #8  
    here's a sample with multiple url inside a single pdf file (feature for version 1.1)

    http://prin.tt/mxsOa5
  7.    #9  
    Version 1.1 uploaded

    • webOS 2.0 quick action : Paste in the main screen a link and choose Lithium Reader
    • Download multiple links at once inside a single pdf file.


    I have a 1.4.5 Pre.
    It's now available for all devices !

    Would it be possible to create a pdf that was more Pre-screen friendly? In other words, could you create a smaller pdf document that we could read on our devices without having to zoom-in and pan around, but simply advance pages? That would be killer.
    I'll try find out if it is possible, indeed, it would be great !!
  8.    #10  
    version 1.2.1 :

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