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Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by surgfish, May 22, 2007.
What's a good PDB reader for mac?
All I know is isilo. But there's no isilo for mac.
to convert texts to PDB and back on the mac, try Pordible. see here:
Cool tip, penmanila. I've been looking for something like this for the longest time. Thanks!
you're welcome, jason--i'm surprised you didn't know about pordible. been using it since the days of, oh, my palm v?
i have isilox. but its not a reader but a converter. Pretty weird of isilox to have a pdb converter for mac but not a reader.
Thanks penmanila... I will try this at home. I don't own a palm anymore, thats why I wanted to convert all my *.pdb ebooks to html or maybe pdf. I hope this just works.
ahmmm i don't know what i'm missing but i've just tried Pordible and i can't figure why i can't open pdb files to view them... help anyone? thanks!
PDBs made for iSilo won't work with Pordible. there's an online converter somewhere on the net though.
surgfish, you can also try the free version of eReader. I like it because I can change fonts and backgrounds. It looks great on a widescreen. Try it out!
eReader and podible does'nt work. I wish either mac of palm will come up with a reader
just reviving a very old thread. anyone who had successfully read their pdb ebookswith their macs? calling fellow med students, doctors...since i know a lot of our medical books are now in pdb format which we can read in isilo. send a pm! thanks!
Like Joel said, eReader Pro for Mac is available. I use it both for my laptop and iPhone 3G.
hi guys. i'm having problems here.
i'm trying to view robbin's pathology and it says that i need to have a later version (3.1.4 for windows, 2.7.1 for mac).. but the latest versions at the site are 3.0.3 for windows and 2.7pf for mac. what gives?
hi, bumping up this old thread to see if anyone has a solution yet.
my best now is running isilo for windows on parallels