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Old 08-25-2010, 12:09 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by artig View Post
The second is illustrations. That may be specific to the titles that I've bought and read. But it is really annoying coming across the notes for a diagram or illustration at a random location within a chapter, and then not having the illustrations available at all.
The kobo displays illustrated epubs adequately (given the screen size). For examples, see Three Men in a Boat or Perelman's Physics for Entertainment.

Of course, they would be even better with hyperlinks so we could flip backwards and forwards.
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