I’m glad you two like it. And it’s good to hear that in spite of the enormity of the file it doesn’t slow things down, as I would not have liked to split it up.
I also think that the bigger margins make it easier to read the books, it just feels right. But for those of you who prefer them smaller: you can easily change them in the stylesheet (and not in every single html-file as in those calibred epubs).
By the way, the next project will be the complete fictional works of Ambrose Bierce.
Originally Posted by anacreon
Mmmh! I dropped fast The Ambassadors in the feedbook version to take up yours. I was a little worried about the bulk, so switched all the pieces I had to my Archive Calibre library (which already contained the illustrated Tour in France), but that was unnecessary: it reads on my more than half full PRS-T1 like any 300 kb small epub. So I'll drop the pieces from the Archive too.
One thing I appreciate in your productions is the margins - I hate those thin margins where the shadow of the borders, though narrow on the PRS-T1, encroach on the text.