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    Armando Puente supported this idea  · 
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    Armando Puente commented  · 

    The difficulty in continuous page scrolling is the realtime view of the pages that are up. Having this available only for fixed sized sheets should remedy the infinite size issue, while having pages not in view be either rendered in low resolution using the same scheme of a preview mode or in the event a large number of pages or sheets having been written, not rendering those sheets far from the view until the view window moves near. I write huge documents and assignments between fifty to a hundred pages regularly and I can see this is an issue if all the sheets are rendered and is present in Android and iOS tablets but does not appear as a problem in Windows 10 64bit applications. If the file is separated into a temp file during edit and the save file, the temp file can always be the size of a few of the viewable sheets around the edited sheet and should continously update to and from the main save file. This would allow the main file to be of the maximum 4GB 32bit size while the temp can be several orders of magnitude smaller. Also, the drive sizes, and processing power of new tablets can easily allow for this. The main issue is that when writing on a single sheet, it becomes difficult when the stylus approaches the side edge or bottom edge of the screen and allowing for a clean flow and view of the document sheets being edited. Also, continuous sheets would be meant for assignments that are to be submitted as printable PDFs, and would not be used in infinite sheets.

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