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Old 01-26-2013, 08:48 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by goesta View Post
Kobo states that you tap on the underlined number, which takes you to the end note (no footnotes yet in ebooks, period), then select the return icon to go back to the main text. They seem to have forgotten that you ALSO tap to turn the page. So, if the footnote number happens to land in one of the vertical areas used to turn the page, you're out of luck. I've sent Kobo an email about this, with the (rather obvious) suggestion that the footnote hotspot should be prioritized over the page turn bar. So far no response. Another solution could be I guess to have a settings option to require a swipe for a page turn, or a double tap.
Are you using a small font? Links in epubs work for me so long as the link is big enough to tap. But, as I use a small font, the single superscript number used for a not is usually to small for my large fingers to select. Sometimes it work if I use a pointer. But, generally, I have to increase the font size.
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