Originally Posted by dgatwood
The comment I replied to was about iPhone and iPad, so in that context, that's not true for two reasons:
1. From what I've seen, the ADE-compatible readers on iOS appear to be built on top of WebKit rather than Adobe's rendering code, so there is a fair chance that they will handle media queries even though ADE on other platforms does not.
2. It is not a foregone conclusion that most iPhone and iPad users use an ADE-based reader rather than iBooks.
Bluefire is based on ADE, not WebKit. All the offshoots of Bluefire are based on ADE. Sony's Reader software is based on ADE. I would guess that Overdrive would be based on ADE due to the DRM.