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Old 10-08-2012, 04:25 PM   #55
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Originally Posted by DiapDealer View Post
Perhaps you're not aware that InDesign's ePub export is hardly the turn-key affair it's advertised as? Many people have found they have nearly as much work involved fixing/tweaking an ePub that InDesign has created as they would have had they simply started from scratch.
I've not used it, but I think that proves the point that many are trying to make: that many publishers don't make the extra effort to fix/tweak the ePub. Based on the ones I've read, I've had to add proper covers to about 90% of them, and fix other formatting/spelling mistakes that don't appear in the print edition in probably 60% or more.
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