Plus, Rollover and Empanel don't require Adobe Reader® or the FileOpen® plug-in. No installation necessary: They work out-of-the-box with any O/S and browser that is Flash® capable.
|Rollover is kinetic, edgy, and very cool. Controls pop up when you mouse-roll over them, otherwise leaving you with a screen-efficient view of just the page. Roll over chapter tabs to expand the list of sections, and go to any in one click. Pages scroll dynamically from the left or right. Click and drag to magnify and move around a page. Advance pages by rollover controls or keyboard arrow keys. Fully linked index is a hierarchical tree. And, you can print pages.|
|Empanel is predictable and relaxed, with controls that are links in fixed positions. Definitely an interface for the mature crowd, like your NR authors, with no pop-ups or gimmicks. Contents and index open as hierarchical trees, then click through to the desired page. Go to the next or previous page by clicking in the displayed page's margin, or keyboard arrow keys, or go to any page by page number. Breadcrumb tabs show the last 16 pages that you've visited, for easy one-click back-and-forth. Adjust pages to any size. Yes, you can print pages here, too.|
|Traditional is the interface that you already know. Individual sections download as PDF files, which you read within your browser's Adobe Reader plug-in. Unlike the two new interfaces, Traditional requires the FileOpen plug-in to be installed, and it may not work on some Linux and Macintosh systems. But, for those of you who have gotten used to this interface, we'll continue to support it in its present form.|