MOA Not supported. User control of text is better than required. Letter spacing can also be modified. Margins are adjustable.
This is a really fine readers. Some clear issues exist with hard page numbers. Hence, the map from the physical book source cannot be navigated directly. Heading navigation is great. Bookmarks work well. Notes can only be managed by extending the text on bookmarks.
The user interface is large print, but probably not good for visual acuity worse than 20/100 (6/30). It is a fixed 20pt. (200%) or about. It cannot be enlarged from within the program, but must depend on OS magnification or a screen magnifier. This is especially significant in lists like bookmarks, searches and table of contents references.
Color access is complete. For those who cannot cope with a color picker program, there are themes. The custom color dialog box should be enlarged to fit full screen. It's too small.
Operating system accessibility
Reading system activation
Mouse click to task bar
Double click book in focus
Supported Extremely well. User local content, plus many libraries and the ability to add libraries. All mouse accessible
Navigate to chapters through the Table of Contents
Excellent. Multi heading level by HTML headings.
Navigate content by pages
This programs states that there are "no page numbers".
Navigate by reflowed page number
With mouse scroll wheel. More like a browser scroll view.
Read navigation information
Progress bar on bottom gives graphic and the percent is given.
Perform a search, review the search results
Click search box on top area search box.
Without keyboard: Call up the "on-screen keyboard" to enter search terms. From control panel> ease of access then "on-screen keyboard".
Highlights, Notes, and Bookmarks
Add a Bookmark or Highlight
Select text with mouse to bookmark
Click on TOC button (outline icon). Top control panel second from left.
Select Bookmark Tab (little ribbon icon)
Click Add button at bottom.
Review and navigate Bookmarks or Highlights
Click TOC button.
Click Bookmark Tab
Click on Bookmark Text
Add a note
Odd way. Just edit the bookmark and add more text. This does not word wrap. Thus very long notes will be truncated. The TOC/Bookmark/Search box enlarges to fit the full screen width. That means a lot of text can be added before truncation. Text is about 20pt. May need zoom.
Review and navigate Notes
Does have the truncation of long notes. But in edit mode it word wraps and can be copied to another program for limitless enlargement.