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Old 07-22-2008, 08:11 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by kovidgoyal View Post
Well breaking things up on chapter boundaries should be possible (that's essentially what html2lrf does now) though it would probably mess up CSS/javascript in the original HTML file, so I guess it will be optional.
The OPS states that "Reading Systems must not, by default, render the textual content of the script element, and should not execute the script itself." So for Javascript, many epub viewers won't support Javascript anyway. CSS should be assured of working just by carrying the contents of all <style/> tags from the source file into each split output files.

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Sounds like Adobe are making the same mistake with their epub reader that they made with their pdf reader. They're trying to implement too many features.
How so? Not that they aren't -- I'm just not sure what you're thinking of in particular :-).
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