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Old 09-02-2012, 11:04 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by JSWolf View Post
It seems to me that the margin option just adds in two bigger margin options and the smallest option just gives us the margins we had in the previous version.

On an iPhone, these wide forced margins makes the Kindle app useless. iBooks is just as bad.
I agree. Even on the iPad the margins are way too big for landscape, two-column view. Usable of course, but way too big. I'm not sure why Amazon continues to ignore the wide margin issue across all devices given the number of complaints we have seen over the YEARS. yes, we have been complaining for years that the margins are too big, especially on small 6" screens and smaller. Considering the margins could easily be changed via a firmware update there is absolutely no excuse for Amazon not to code in the option to adjust them down to zero if a person so desired.
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