Read in a way convenient to you, share and contribute to comments on a book, bookmark favorite pages and simply have fun with Scott eCatalogue Reader!
Take a few minutes to learn what and how to do:
You can read a book in a browsing or reading mode, enlarge or reduce the size of pages, quickly go to a necessary page by telling Olive Book Reader just the page number, navigate between performed actions within a book — each of the options is close at hand.
Click/tap on Content and view the Table of Contents of any Scott eCatalogue. Move to any part of the eCatalogue with a single click/tap.
Use My Notebook to store notes and comments about specific stamps and listings in the Scott eCatalogue. Your notes are stored when you exit the eCatalogue and will reappear the next time you login to view the same volume. You can view your notes in either chronological sequence (newest first) or page number sequence by clicking/tapping on the tabs at the upper right of the page.
You can move to favorite pages by using Bookmarks. Manage your bookmarks from the My Bookmarks page. Like your notes, bookmarks are saved upon exit and will be available the next time you login to the same volume.
Left-click the text and hold down the mouse to select a piece of text, to which you want to add a comment. In the floating notebar that appears, select the color for the highlighting and type in the comment. An icon of the note will appear in the margin of the eCatalogue and the note will appear in your Notebook.
Mark your favorite pages to quickly find a piece of information later. Click/tap the blue star in the upper-right corner of the page. When the star turns red, the page is bookmarked.
You can search for Scott Catalogue numbers, dates, topic and specific subjects by entering your search criteria in the search window at the top center of the screen. Click/tap Go or press Enter to start the search. Results are returned by Relevance by default. You can also select to view the results in Page Order, which is useful when you are looking for results in an eCatalogue with more than a single country.
Depending on the search parameters, some countries will have only a single hit, while others may have several hits. Clicking on More... will show all the search hits for a specific country. Clicking on any of the hits will take you to that page location, where each hit is highlighted in yellow. You can navigate to other hits, without returning to the search results, by clicking on the left and right arrows found to the left of the search box.
When you enter a search parameter using a few characters of a long word to search on, such as "math" for "mathematics," a wildcard, "*", must be used to return all words beginning with these characters. Without the wildcard, the longer words will not be returned in the search results.