We haven't implemented either of those features yet. I think one of the
reasons they are not part of the demo is because both require additional
third party software and configuration. It could probably be better
documented, but here is some info that might help you get started when
More on implementing "Search Inside":
More on TTS:
On 6/3/13 11:40 AM, Robinson, Lakeisha wrote:
> Thanks everyone for your response. My questions were whether or not you were building upon the Demo code. In the demo, the voice and search options are not available. Although we don't have a need for this now, I'm afraid that in the future. For those who chose not to build on the Demo code, can you provide the github web address with the source code so I can see how you implemented it (in case you didn't already)? Thanks,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Code for Libraries [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Shaun Ellis
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> Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] Open Library Internet Archive BookReader
> The BookReader will serve pages of variable widths. You can see an example here if you flip through the book and then look at a map:
> You need to click and hold to drag the oversized page if it bleeds off the screen. If you simply click, the page will turn.
> Take a look at the demo that comes with the BookReader distribution:
> See how the br.getPageWidth and br.getPageHeight functions are hard coded? You need to set them dynamically. In the Ethnographic Maps example I gave above, our metadata contains the archival image dimensions, so we use that to set the height and width before it gets loaded. Are you using an image server? Djatoka has a metadata service that you can query, which might be an alternative if you don't have image dimensions.
> On 5/31/13 3:24 PM, Hicks, William wrote:
>> We are using it in an edit app on the admin side of the digital libraries @ UNT.
>> On an expanded note. Does anyone have some success they can share in regards to serving materials through bookreader where the contained pages of a single item have variable widths and/or heights? Building off the demo assumes a fixed width/height ratio, which in our experience is not always the case (consider the book with the occasional map foldout).
>> In our case we do not know an image's dimensions until it has loaded so we can't construct an array on the server side to lookup against, and doing so on page load would charge us a significant penalty for large items (books with 1000s of pages). My current hack has "auto" filled to the width, which breaks centering and thumbs, but renders the odd page as legible.
>> So any thoughts/ideas? Thanks in advance!
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Code for Libraries [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf
>> Of John Jung
>> Sent: Friday, May 31, 2013 1:34 PM
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>> Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] Open Library Internet Archive BookReader
>> We use this software at the University of Chicago Library as well:
>> v005- i08/mvol-0010-v005-i08.xml;brand=default#page/1/mode/1up
>> John Jung
>> Web Project Manager
>> University of Chicago Library
>>> On May 30, 2013, at 5:04 PM, "Robinson, Lakeisha"
>>> <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>>> Hello Everyone, is anybody using the Open Library Internet Archive
>>> BookReader for page turning?