Installed without any problems. Basic book choosing, viewing, scrolling and jumping to location via "progress bar" Tell a friend option from book browser Adding and displaying note. (while typing characters do not display correctly unless you highlight them) All options under "file","view","notes","edit", "window" and "help" menus All function icons at bottom left hand corner of the application.
What does not
First time loaded program crashed after startup. Shortcut from wine menu gives file not found, need to manually browse directory to launch application. Hitting the next or previous page buttons crashes app. Inputting specific page number crashes app. Using find command crashes app. Anything "speech" related.
What was not tested
Not much, may have missed a few things but the majority of this app is covered.
All the necessities are there. Pages must be cycled using the scroll wheel which may be a problem for some users without a capable mouse. A bit unstable but definitely usable. Much better than loading into windows or booting a vm just for an ebook reader. I would recommend use another reader but others like myself may be required to use this through their school. There is an announcement a linux version is in the works so hopefully that arrives soon.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Fedora 13||Sep 02 2010||1.2||Yes||Yes||Bronze||an anonymous user|