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Old 10-20-2010, 03:25 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by georg3200 View Post
Hi there,

We are producing ebooks in the epub-format for our customer. They want to read it on the IPad. The books contain a lot of tables and graphics. The only suitable way to show these are SVG-files.

In Adobe Digital Editions everything is fine. The SVG-graphics are visible and scalable.
But on the IPad the graphics are not visible (only a lot of white space).
We don't have an IPad so I'M not sure with what our customer has opened the epub?!

Does someone has an idea/solution?

Thanks
I have a solution.. use the txtr app for the iPad. It uses ADE and SVG should work fine.
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