[greenstone-users] A realistic book- Flip page on top or bottom edge

From Biligsaikhan B.
DateWed Feb 17 17:51:25 2010
Subject [greenstone-users] A realistic book- Flip page on top or bottom edge
In-Reply-To (4B78B434-40302-cs-waikato-ac-nz)
Thank you,

What I meant here in "Turning the pages of that book is on top or bottom
edge." is that the bookbinding is on the top edge not on the left side.
So flipping page will be horizontally.


On 2/15/2010 11:40 AM, Katherine Don wrote:
> Hi
> Here is Veronica's answer.
> Regards,
> Katherine
> Hi Biligsaikhan,
> Thank you for using Realistic Book :)
> Realistic Book can work with landscape books. You need to specify the
> page size in the book's XHTML file. For example, if the page width is
> 600 pixels and the page height is 450 pixels, they need to insert the
> metadata tag for the page size as follows:
> <Description>
> <Metadata name="pagesize">600x450</Metadata>
> </Description>
> I am not sure if I understand your second question. In the current
> version, users can already turn a page from left to right, or right to
> left, by pressing the mouse button at a corner or anywhere along the
> top, right, left or bottom edge, and the page will follow the movement
> of the mouse until the mouse button is released. When the mouse button
> is released, the page either falls back to its original position or
> continues to turn until it lies at rest in the turned position. You
> don't need to change the flipping function. You would only need to
> change the flipping function in the Flash source file if you want the
> page to turn from bottom to top, instead of from right to left.
> Cheers,
> --Veronica
> Biligsaikhan B. wrote:
>> Dear Veronica Liesaputra and list,
>> A realistic book features in GSDL is awesome.
>> I`m wondering whether I able to configure a realistic book to work
>> with landscape books that have wide and rectangular pages. Turning
>> the pages of that book is on top or bottom edge.
>> Should I modify the function of flipping pages on right or left edge
>> to on top or bottom edge in the Adobe flash source file? If so, how?
>> Are there any simple way?
>> Any advices and tricks are valuable.
>> Thank you,
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