Originally Posted by tshering
The problem is to point at the foot note link text without touching the surrounding area. In many cases foot note link text are in superscript what makes it even more difficult to select them. I tried several things to get access to the foot notes: 1) Selecting a bigger font size for the book (gives a bad overall reading experience), 2) editing the epub in order to change the formatting of the link text (even then it is sometimes difficult to point the finger exactly to a footnote link text consisting of a single cipher), 3) editing the epub in order to replace the footnote link text by another that has more "body", for instance replacing "1" by "x1x" (looks terrible). These things work, but the reading experience is somehow unpleasant.
Perhaps 1 instead of x1x ?