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Old 01-22-2013, 11:38 AM   #25
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Originally Posted by tshering View Post
This is the work around for epub. Right?
The two cases of kepub.epub that I described are different from that. Book 1 (margins set to greater than 0 in css) never remembers the page, irrespective of the slider position. Book 2 (no margin definition at all in the css) always remembers the page, irrespective of the slider position.
I'm not quite sure what the difference is... to me, it sounds like margins >0 is no page memory and margins = 0 is perfect page memory, in both epubs and kepubs? Or are you saying something else I'm not getting?
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