Posted By: Daniel PhotoReading and Computers - 07/03/00 05:10 AM
I heard that a very good way of PhotoReading is to read from a screen. But how to do it? In which time do you scroll? And should only advanced PhotoReaders try to do it?
Posted By: Pete Bissonette Re: PhotoReading and Computers - 07/03/00 01:41 PM
Do your preview and prepare just as you would for a regular book.

Even the PhotoRead step is pretty much the same. Except, when you PhotoFocus, you won't be able to see the Blip Page, because you are only looking at one page.

Then scroll away. Either use the slider bar for scrolling or for flashing pages. I've done it both ways with equal success.

I usually like to PhotoRead something several times when it is on the screen--after all, what is another few seconds!

And then, go back and activate as you would a regular book.

Have fun!

Posted By: Hermenw Re: PhotoReading and Computers - 07/05/00 07:04 PM
If you want a kind of blip page, try this link:

Good luck!

Posted By: Paul Re: PhotoReading and Computers - 07/06/00 02:24 AM
Thanks Pete! I've been curious about applying Photoreading to online reading for quite some time. Silly question re slider bar: I'm familiar with scrolling--but what exactly is 'flashing'?
Posted By: Pete Bissonette Re: PhotoReading and Computers - 07/06/00 11:03 PM
Flashing--where the pages flash or display one at a time as opposed to scrolling where new text comes on one line at a time.
Posted By: Alex K. Viefhaus Re: PhotoReading and Computers - 05/19/14 10:28 AM
#screenreading #PhotoReadingoncomputer
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