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Background: I like FBReader for reading .epubs. Terrific program. Except for one major omission. For many years I've asked the developers to incorporate an auto-page-advance feature. But no reply. One has to manually hit page-down to go to the next page. I can program Macro Express to hit Page Down, repeatedly, every so many seconds -- fixed speed. Not a big deal. But..., there's likely a better way. Challenge and Request: Ideally. Program the keypad (+) and (-) keys to increase or decrease the speed of hitting the Page Down key. Perhaps at 5% increments or whatever. In other words, user brings up FBReader, and some .epub (but probably would work with any such reader or word processing program). Start auto-page-advance by hitting the keypad (+) key. Suppose the initial default is 30 seconds per page. If that's too slow, hit the (+) key again, and the speed to next page-turn is faster. Hit again, and faster still. If the 30-seconds per page is too fast, hit the keypad (-) key. And the page-turn is then made slower. Hit again, slower still. Whaddya think? Doable? Thanks much! Nicholas Kormanik