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Old 01-18-2013, 01:11 AM   #39
AlexBell
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Thanks, Turtle91, but I don't agree with you.

As an habitual Sony reader I am accustomed to using a stylus when I need to, and I used a stylus on all the tests I did just so I could exclude that variant. Actually, I don't need to use a stylus on my Sony, but can always get the footnote links to work - they go to the endnote when I touch the link, and go back to the right place when I touch the link in the endnote file.

For what it is worth here is the CSS I use - learned from one of weatherwax's ebooks.

<span class="fn" id="F1"><a href="Endmatter.html#N1">[1]</a></span>

<p id="N1"><a href="#F1">[1]</a> Endnote text goes here</p>

a.footnote {font-size: small; vertical-align: text-top;}

The numbers are of course changed for the individual endnotes.


A few days ago I sent a slightly changed version of my post #31 to Kobo Customer Assistance, and tonight I got a reply to the effect that the post had been sent up to the tier 2 team.
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