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 a basic macro program 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, or even an image viewer). 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?