Unfortunately, the file cannot be shared.
By coincidence, the file was updated, and the updated version was available in my laptop.
So I connected the phone with my laptop, and did the following using my Windows file browser:
1. Deleted the old version from my phone, and
2. Copied the updated version of the file from my laptop
The updated file has a different file name.
So I expected @Voice to produce an error, because it does not find the file.
Instead, @Voice kept reading from the old file, which actually did not exist.
Does @Voice maintain its own copy in a separate memory area, or is that buffered content?
****Back to the main issue:
@Voice still cannot handle the new file either, but now it has a slightly different issue:
When I click on the TOC, the display shows the right chapter or subtopic. But the @Voice screen display starts a few sentences above the desired landing place, and starts reading at the top of the screen. Thus it reaches the landing spot after reading a few sentences.
The desired landing spot is either 80% down in the screen, or just below the bottom edge of the screen.
The Full screen
and break text in pages
controls change this behavior a little, but I could not find a pattern.
post edited by Narayan - 2021/08/27 09:17:31