hm! okay, the bounce-to-other-monitor only happens when selecting a page of the zine to edit. I was able to drag the window back to the tablet with my mouse.
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dunno if this is in your wheelhouse, but I can't seem to use the EZM on my screen tablet which is connected to my PC as an extended monitor. I'm able to pull up EZM on the tablet, but when I interact with the inner window (where you do the actual zine-making), it bounces over to the main monitor, leaving the background window with the fish behind. I'd appreciate any help if possible!
terrific to see you've added the ability to have an arbitrary amount of cards to this wonderful little tool! I remember fooling around with adding extra pages once and realizing how tedious it would be for more than just a few. thanks and congrats on all your work on this
there's great value in being open about feeling desperate and inarticulate and going for it anyway. it's inspiring, as someone who sometimes can't imagine not feeling that way.
I'd like to echo Cecile's compliments on the evocative nature of your style. it's rare that I find use of the second person more engaging than third or first; this manifesto is one of those exceptions. reading the first paragraph gave me a jolt: "me? how did you know??" I continued to get goosebumps as I went further, even knowing this was obviously written from your own experiences. so I think you succeeded in communicating the feelings described here
I was also intrigued and touched by the video element. it would be very cool if you did manage to put your literal voice in your future stories!
if i may submit one more hack, for anyone interested in giving their zine a soundtrack:
for music, add this line to the HTML file in the <body> tag, after the ezmreader.js <script> tags
<audio src="song.mp3" autoplay loop display="none">
then rename the html "index.html" and zip it, along with your song (make sure the name matches the one in the html!) and of course your zine into a ZIP or RAR file, and upload to Itch like normal
here's screenshots for any visual learners: