Phil Bull, the amazing Ubuntu Documentation writer, says he wants stuff on the left and UDS on the moon, so this is just for him, while he waits for the manual to be released!
on 03/21/2010 – Made popular on 03/21/2010
The nearside of the Moon is flat and low, while the farside contains mountains and craters. Why are the two lunar sides so different? An August 3, 2011, Nature article contends that a smaller moon of the Earth crashed into a larger moon, and the two joined together -- what one of the authors compares to the flinging of a cow pie.
I have a tablet with Android 4.04, I've installed Moon+ pro, but I can't fine where's the dictionary. I have the following questions:
- how/where to find the dictionary?
- is it built-in or I can setup an external dictionary (such as Webster or Oxford)?
- is there a manual for Moon+?
After trying out most readers available for Android I think I want to settle on Moon+ Reader (I bought the Pro version) due to the customisation and syncing, page animations, it doesn't freeze up when importing 1000+ books (unlike Aldiko), stats, time left in book etc.
More accurate dating techniques recently performed on lunar rocks suggest that the Moon is not as old as currently thought. However, not all scientists agree with the conclusion, making it really difficult for the Moon to know just how old it is.
So, I've been looking at all the e-reading apps out there, and I've settled on Moon+ Reader as the best option, but before I nail that down and buy the paid version, I want to double-check with you guys to make sure I haven't missed some other, better alternatives.
The key features that I absolutely want (all of which Moon+ provides, but -- as far as I could tell -- nothing else did):
Is there any way to tell Moon+ to just display a book as its author intended? ie obey the CSS in the book, and not mess with it? I appreciate that Moon+ has a plethora of formatting capabilities, and that's very useful when you have a badly-formatted book.