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Igor Kaminski

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  1. Hello, Would it be possible in the future to make the Web Reader interface available as a standalone app, or a browser extension? This would come in handy when downloading daisy books. Despite the fact that there are many third-party daisy readers out there, most of them use self-voicing. I would like to be able to read with a screen reader, as well as self-voicing. Considering how simple the interface is, this sounds like a great idea.
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    Improve handling of larger books in BRF

    I know that's the way Bard handles things. For example, if the National Library Service distributes a hard copy of a book in four volumes, then the BRF version will also be split up into four volumes. I guess that makes it easier for some, but others like having one file on their device.
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    Bookmarks in Webreader

    That is good news, considering that bookmarking and note taking are essential for students when reading textbooks.
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    Help us make our books downloadable in ePub.

    The only suggestion I would make here is that the process for downloading ePub books is a little tedious. I have to click the download button, wait for an email, and then click on the link provided to take me to my history in order to download the book. I should just be able to click download and the book is downloaded immediately, much like a daisy book would be.
  5. Hello, I also hope to see that feature included in Firefox. I certainly don't mind reading with a screen reader, or a braille display, but using self-voicing text-to-speech would be great when casually reading for pleasure.