I'm sorry, is there an automatic page turning feature on the kindle? I was not aware of this. So when I am curled up under the blanket on a cold night I can turn on auto page turn and not have to do it manually? How do you activate this?
Alt-B toggle bookmark Alt-T spell out time Alt-0 enable/disable slideshow Alt-1 start slideshow (if enabled) Alt-2 stop slidehow Alt-PageForward/PageBackward go to next/prev annotation or one "chunk" (1/20th of a book) forward or backward"
For some reason it twarn't mentioned that the Alt-(0 thru 2) would cause automatic page turning, but these controls were listed as being in the "Reader" environment, so my friend, Tom, thought he'd give 'er a try. He says he's been doing this 'most forever.
A great feature, I didn't know about. I personally wish there was an access remote to do this that could plug into the unit. In the gym there is always distractions that can cause me to still have to go back where I have missed something. I especially like the elliptical. On the bikes it isn't that big of a deal, but can you imagine a wireless remote that you could hook up and use, somewhat like the mouse or computer remotes you use for power-point and so forth? What a treat that would be for a variety of reasons.
I have a K2i and it works. First, open the book, then press the Aa key. If turn on is not grayed out (which would mean TTS has been disabled), click turn on. After it starts reading (it takes a few beats), press the Aa key again to change the speed. Then turn the volume all the way down.