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Old 11-07-2012, 05:15 PM   #27
SusanM
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Originally Posted by DiapDealer View Post
This is simply not true. Not true at all. I'm looking at an example of a working (albeit very simple) table right now, on my big old white Kindle. My big old white Kindle that I read on every single day, and have no immediate intentions of "moving on from."

Besides, even with the new miracle KF8 format, it's pretty easy to break an ill-thought out tabular layout by an end user simply increasing the font size.

While I do recommend upgrading to the newer KF8 format wherever possible, I still think it's important that content creators make every effort to ensure that their ebooks' fall-back MOBI versions function correctly and are formatted consistently with—and at least visually similar to—the KF8 version. Mainly because: it's not really all that hard to do ... so don't be lazy and skip that step simply because you don't think it's going to affect very many people.
There are lots of people using the older Kindles. And Kindle Fire is not available in Canada (or wasn't the last time I checked) because of licensing issues for video and audio. Is Kindle Fire available in Britian?
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