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Old 05-27-2011, 10:50 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by DSpider View Post
I assumed you were going with PDF because of the sample, and it's why I suggested you stick with the original page numbers. If you wanna go with ePUB or something else, I'm not sure you can set the font size in percentage so it will reflow uniformly. Dynamic column width would be doable but the font size won't be dynamic. It's why people suggested graphics.


Actually yeah... Graphics. SVG graphics. Create the table in Inkscape and it will scale to the width (along with the text) just like a JPG/PNG will. And it will be crystal clear at any zoom level.
I did say to set the column width to a % and use a thin font at small size. That's about the best you can do for a real table.

SVG is actually a good idea. But will it be too small on a 6" reader?
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