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Project Description

AngelReader: A minimalist but powerful GUI application that has the capability to load 1 E-BOOKS in plain text format and in other electronic formats (under development) that will be compatible with the minimalist style with the least use of both software and hardware resources possible. It can also load 2 AUDIO-BOOKS with the basic functions of play, stop, pause, and resume with the same minimalist economy that doesn't hog computer resources. It is an e-book and audio-book loader integrated into one intuitively portable, cross platform, robust application. The software could be useful for either classroom or office environment; for personal or commercial use; for general learning or access to practical information.

System Requirements

System requirement is not defined

Released at 2018-09-20 00:19
AngelReader allen-release-1.0 (4 files Hide)

Release Notes

19-09-2018

This is AngelReader allen-release-1.0 for the Windows OS platform. The software has been run and tested many times and has so far been stable in its performance.

There were minor bugs that we encountered but they had been fixed.

AngelReader allen-release-1.0 is now being released to the public and any feedback will be greatly appreciated and be used for further development of the program.

E-book loader state: OK

Audiobook loader state: OK

Window resizing using main window taskbar buttons (both maximize and minimize): OK

Window close button: OK

Resizing (using mouse drag): OK

Scrolldown (using middle mouse wheel): OK

Scrolldown (using mouse pointer): OK

Sound Check: OK

Basic Audio Control Buttons: OK

Thank you and Enjoy!

Changelog

19-09-2018

AngelReader has been designed in such a way that the e-book information will have the priority in the reading before the actual text of the e-book. The user, while using the e-book mode, must usually press first the 'info button' to display the description of a chosen e-book before the 'e-book button' loader will be in the active mode to display the text of the e-book. This behavior is not a bug but part of the design to first display the e-book license and description and then afterward give access to the e-book's text itself.