yBook 1.5.37 for Windows

by Simon Haynes

Avg. Rating 4.2 (23 votes)

File Details

File Size 3.3 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,497
Publisher Simon Haynes
Homepage yBook

Publisher's Description

yBook takes plain text or HTML files and displays the contents as if they were printed in a book. You get two pages side by side with generous margins and a clean, uncluttered interface. You can click the pages to turn them - no more panning, scrolling or zooming. You can also change the typeface and resize the fonts from 8 to 24 points and STILL get two pages on the screen at once.

Latest Reviews

stisev

stisev reviewed v1.4.83 on Apr 9, 2007

***** BOYCOTT THIS PROGRAM ******

I ALSO agree with Giacomo.

I am officially boycotting this program until the author offers a ZIP/RAR'ed copy with no installer.

Blackhole8746

Blackhole8746 reviewed v1.4.83 on Apr 5, 2007

They might as well make it look nice... In programs like this, the interface is everything...

No PDF support? Wow I'm impressed

stisev

stisev reviewed v1.4.82 on Feb 24, 2007

I do agree with Giacomo.

There's no excuse for overwriting dll files. I want a ZIP/RAR'ed copy with no installer.

Giacomo®

Giacomo® reviewed v1.4.81 on Feb 3, 2007

No, anomoly.
I meant that most of you DON'T consider the things I mentioned as invasive and annoying while I DO. So it's don't and not do. I've just re-checked the Total Uninstall report of what it writes in the Registry. IMO is not tolerable and useless for such a small application. I love apps that don't alter system files nor Registry, if possible.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v1.4.81 on Feb 3, 2007

Invasive? If a few extensions and the uninstall strings coupled with the location of said install is invasive, you do have a problem. It is still portable & the executable is also compressable. You could help with the language file I suppose.

and it's "do", not 'don't', for that matter.

Giacomo®

Giacomo® reviewed v1.4.80 on Feb 1, 2007

This "sotware" overwrote 3 OCXs and the VB Runtime 6 without asking for my permission. I haven't been able to restore those files to their original state. It's also quite invasive in the Registry. The localization in my language is absurdly poor. Anyway most of you who don't consider these things may find it interesting.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v1.4.58 on Sep 27, 2006

and portable too

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v1.4.28 on Jun 18, 2005

excellent tool. works perfect & has bookmarking & page numbering features. hopefully I will read more now

Avg. Rating 4.2 (23 votes)
Your Rating
stisev

stisev reviewed v1.4.83 on Apr 9, 2007

***** BOYCOTT THIS PROGRAM ******

I ALSO agree with Giacomo.

I am officially boycotting this program until the author offers a ZIP/RAR'ed copy with no installer.

Blackhole8746

Blackhole8746 reviewed v1.4.83 on Apr 5, 2007

They might as well make it look nice... In programs like this, the interface is everything...

No PDF support? Wow I'm impressed

stisev

stisev reviewed v1.4.82 on Feb 24, 2007

I do agree with Giacomo.

There's no excuse for overwriting dll files. I want a ZIP/RAR'ed copy with no installer.

Giacomo®

Giacomo® reviewed v1.4.81 on Feb 3, 2007

No, anomoly.
I meant that most of you DON'T consider the things I mentioned as invasive and annoying while I DO. So it's don't and not do. I've just re-checked the Total Uninstall report of what it writes in the Registry. IMO is not tolerable and useless for such a small application. I love apps that don't alter system files nor Registry, if possible.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v1.4.81 on Feb 3, 2007

Invasive? If a few extensions and the uninstall strings coupled with the location of said install is invasive, you do have a problem. It is still portable & the executable is also compressable. You could help with the language file I suppose.

and it's "do", not 'don't', for that matter.

Giacomo®

Giacomo® reviewed v1.4.80 on Feb 1, 2007

This "sotware" overwrote 3 OCXs and the VB Runtime 6 without asking for my permission. I haven't been able to restore those files to their original state. It's also quite invasive in the Registry. The localization in my language is absurdly poor. Anyway most of you who don't consider these things may find it interesting.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v1.4.58 on Sep 27, 2006

and portable too

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v1.4.28 on Jun 18, 2005

excellent tool. works perfect & has bookmarking & page numbering features. hopefully I will read more now

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