Bluefire Reader Copy/Paste

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by shaskill, Apr 18, 2011.

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    My issue surrounds the search for a foreign dictionary lookup when reading. My old Treo had a great system for dictionary call. Bluefire claims to have a copy control on the iPad but I cannot get anything but a Bookmark popup. Anyone out there get it to work? The iFlow also reads Adobe DRAM files but is not alloweed to open my Italian books, only Bluefire. IFlow does a dictionary call of sorts. Anyone know how to load files stored on the iPad into another reader like iFlow.
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    I think it's called "sideloading", so a search withthat term might help.

    I've beenlooking for a reader to read my italian books with, one that has an italian dictionary too. it seems kindle offers this, but i haven't yet sideloaded into it.

    Ideally, i'd like to find an e-reader which offers translation dictionaries as well.

    Regardinng "copy" with blue fire, I've noticed some publishers alow it, others don't.

    Jamescal
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