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Contents

Click on 'Contents ' button to view list of contents in the eMag. Chose your preferred section, on click it shows articles published in the section. Select an article, on click it navigates to the corresponding page.

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Text View

Click 'Text View ' button to activate it. Once it is activated zoom-in and zoom-out function will stop. Article will highlight on mouse rollover. On clicking the highlighted article a window pops up showing the article in text format. Use '+ / -' options to increase or decrease font size. You can print or email the article or can post its link on your social network.

To switch off text view function click 'Zoom View ' button.

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Zoom-in & Zoom-Out

Click any where on page to zoom-in and click again to zoom-out. Or use keyboard key 'z ' for same result.

Default 'Auto Pan ' is active. Once zoomed-in, simply move your mouse to pan the page. Manual pan option is also available. Click on 'Hand Icon ' to activate manual pan. To pan manually click & hold left mouse button and drag the page to desired section. Click on 'Auto Pan ' button to switch back to auto pan.

You can increase or decrease zoom percentage as per your convenience.

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Navigation

Flip through pages using any of below option:
a. Use arrow buttons on tool bar to view next/previous page and jump to last/front page.
b. Use 'Go To ' window on tool bar. Simply key in page number you want to view and hit enter, it will navigate to the corresponding page.
c. Use the big right/left arrows next to page to view next/previous page.
d. Click on curved edge of page to view next/previous page.


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Search

Type keyword(s) in search box and click search icon or hit enter. The search result window pops-up, displays search results by relevance. The window displays five results at a time. To see more results (if any) use next/previous option given in the window. Click on page number to navigate to the page.


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Share

You can share a page link of eMag with others via email or clipboard the link to paste it on IM/Web etc. or post the link on your social media network.


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Save

You can download selected or all pages in PDF format to read in offline. Click on your preferred page thumbnails or select all pages. Upon selection click 'Download ' button.


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Bookmarks

Bookmark your favorite pages for future reference.


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Listen

It reads out the articles published on previewed page. Relax and hear the articles. If multiple articles are published on previewed pages, by default first article starts playing. You can select article you wish to hear.


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Autoflip

On activating 'Autoflip ' pages of eMag starts flipping automatically. Default autoflip duration time is set at minimum time (5 seconds). Click 'Stop ' button to stop autoflip function.

Option to increase or decrease flip duration time is available in settings. Select settings and set your preferred autoflip duration time.


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Fullscreen

It blows up eMag to maximum screen size. Give you true magazine experience. In full screen mode you have complete navigation options and also can enjoy features like auto play, thumbnail on/off, print, save etc.


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Back Issues

You can access back issues right within the current issue.


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Settings

As per your choice you can disable or enable few features of the eMag.


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Podcast

A podcast is a series of digital media files, usually digital audio or video, that is made available for download via web syndication. The syndication aspect of the delivery is what differentiates podcasts from other files that are accessed by simple download or by streaming: it means that special client software applications known as podcatchers (such as Apple Inc. 's iTunes or Nullsoft 's Winamp) can automatically identify and retrieve new files when they are made available, by accessing a centrally-maintained web feed that lists all files associated with a particular podcast.


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RSS

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a family of Web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works in a standardized format. An RSS document (which is called a "feed") includes full or summarized text, plus metadata such as publishing dates and authorship. RSS feeds can be read using software called an "RSS reader", "feed reader", or "aggregator", which can be web-based, desktop-based, or mobile-device-based. The user subscribes to a feed by entering the feed 's URL. The RSS reader checks the user 's subscribed feeds regularly for new work, downloads any updates that it finds, and provides a user interface to monitor and read the feeds.


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