Originally Posted by Menneisyys
I've also liked their CHM reader a lot - it's indeed better than competing CHM readers IMHO
I've tested the reader.
The best thing over the previous version, 2.3.1, is that Display/Text Size is always settable. With version 2.3.1, a lot of times the drop-down list was entirely cleaned up (especially after using the true VGA mode) and CHM Reader has only occassionally shown the other options. This has greatly reduced the usability of that version, especially with books that are prone to horizontal scroll.
Version 2.4 doesn't have this bug any more.
The problems of the underlying PIE engine aren't gone, however. The images are low-res in SE mode, on VGA devices, and the problem of the 'wide tables' are still present. In all these cases, switching to native VGA mode helps (if you don't use uBook). Fortunately, now that the font size is always settable, switching between the two screen modes has been made much easier.
Therefore, I really recommend switching to this version for previous 2.3.1 users with VGA devices.