@myskaros Hello! I am a premium member and was never informed that there was a beta app. I don't frequent these forums, so I've been suffering with the poorly coded app that LegitPancake is dealing with. You can't login without force quitting first; you can't turn your iPad sideways or the app will reset your reading location; and if other apps have used memory since you were last reading, you return to a blank page.
Installing TestFlight isn't difficult. I'm already doing beta for another app. You guys should promote the new app more. It's a great improvement, even unfinished as it is.
@LegitPancake When you get the blank page, tap in the middle to cause the menu to drop down. You can exit the book and then reload it.
The crash loop manga reader is still there on ipad mini 5th gen on ios 15.0.1 with Firefox 38.0 and Safari. I have more time to test things out this time. The tests below is using Faraway Paladin manga.
This is with FF:
ipad in portrait mode when the page loads (single page, side page advance): the loop appears.
ipad in landscape mode when page loads (double page, side page advance): no loop! but tiny images make my eyes bleed...
ipad in landscape on page load, switch to single page (still side page advance): no loop.
ipad in landscape on page load, switch to single page, turn ipad to portrait mode: no loop.. for 5 - 6 pages, then crash.
ipad in landscape on page load, turn ipad to portrait mode (reader automatically goes from double page landscape to single page portrait): no loop through end of chapter. I tried this with another chapter, so there shouldn't be any pages in history.
Using Safari, I get similar results as FF above, except the "switch to portrait" trick does not seem as reliable. I went through 2 chapters in FF without problems, but crashed first of 2 on safari. The safari crash was hard (restarted ipad), so maybe something in memory was cleared out letting the 2nd run complete.
As before, iphone se on 15.0.1 does not seem to have this crash, but I did not test as much due to the tiny screen.
Yeah, I checked and it turned out unlike my physical debit card, the digital card does not allow overseas transactions. I had to upgrade my digital debit card account to premium to have this feature which is annoying because it involves lots of government verification stuff that needs to be approved.
Well now that it's approved and I have overseas transaction enabled, the card works and I now can happily read the prepubs. Thank you all for the help.
@innate@biggredd You seem to be using the old app, which is no longer supported. It has a bug where it shows parts that are not available to read yet. Please refer to the release calendar to see when parts are officially released:
Kindle app does not read epub files; limitation imposed by Amazon.
There are various applications that will convert between ebook types. I use Calibre, which is free and quite capable. Just converted two epubs to Kindle mobi files a few minutes ago, and shipped them off to Amazon to display on my Kindles.
For the PC, you can also use any number of readers that will directly access epub files.
Your best bet is to use their email contact as this involves a payment issue firstname.lastname@example.org
But some steps you can take yourself is to contact your card issuer in case it's an issue on their end. Assuming that JNC attempted to charge the card, your card issuer should be able to see what went wrong on their end (if the transaction was flagged as suspicious for example)