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Swipe the page to go to the next page

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    Shmuel Nissim shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • David Cornish commented  · 

        That would be really useful ... perhaps a three finger horizontal swipe?

      • Gerson J Ferreira commented  · 

        I agree with Nate. Specially when reading/annotating on PDFs, it would be much better to turn pages by swiping.

      • Nate Finch commented  · 

        This is nearly a dealbreaker for me (i.e. I am paying for a subscription, but actively looking for an alternative). The main reason I want squid is for annotating PDFs... and having to move my hand up to the top of the screen to hit a tiny button is just incredibly cumbersome when I'm using to being able to easily swipe between pages.

        I'll disagree with those that say it should be in view mode only... swiping is just as important when writing things... if you have multiple pages, you should be able to get to them just as easily regardless of the mode.

      • JoonHo Lee commented  · 

        Please!!!! Finger swipe feature please!!!

      • Mahtab commented  · 

        Two finger swipe so we can keep using the finger motion features

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Only in view mode would be great.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Necessary in view mode! The only thing missing so i can love this app more than lecturenotes.

      • KLB commented  · 

        I don't think this feature should be implemented in the inking mode. I'd like to keep touch gestures mapped to writing functions (highlight, erase, etc.) while working on a page.

        I agree that this is a good idea in a "reading" mode, but I just feel that Squid is not meant to be a reading application. It's so easy to export a document and read it in any one of the great, purpose-designed reading apps on Android. I like that Squid focuses on its core competencies, and prioritizes a lean set of well-implemented features.

      • Mayra Ramirez commented  · 

        Like you can swipe the page to the right and the second page will pop up and vise versa

      • louise hartley commented  · 

        Its definetly need when viewing but like the option to use the buttons when annotating :)

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Right now the only option to move from page 2 (for example) to page 3 is to tap on the sign " >" on the tool bar, instead of just slide the finger or 2 fingers...

      • Kike commented  · 

        This becomes a must when in view only mode.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Sometimes when I use this application with other people, when they try to go to the next page, but they fail because we should touch or click the button for the next. I think this is inconvenient.

      • Daniel K commented  · 

        Just started using Squid a couple of weeks ago on my new Surface Pro 4. I am also quite surprised that this is not implemented yet. It seems like such an obvious feature for an inking app.

      • morteza commented  · 

        This feature is crucial. I am surprised that it is still not implemented.

      • Raf commented  · 

        Papyrous Team - your voting above looks like about completely different things. We want to be able to move between pages with swipe gesture, not to add page numbers...

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