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Old 02-17-2013, 02:25 AM   #11
DreamWriter
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Do you know how to create eBooks?
Yes, both ePub and mobi/KF8. These days, I tweak the HTML code, CSS, OPF, NCX, etc., using Sigil, although I have created e-books completely "from scratch" too.

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Do you compulsively check the code (before reading)?
No, never. I don't use Calibre or similar programs. I just read on my Kindle or tablet.

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Are you bothered by crappy code (and try to fix it)?
Yes, very much, but not to the point that I feel compelled to fix the code. I've come across a few e-books with bad formatting and was able to get through them because the story was engrossing. The formatting problems were distracting (and mildly annoying), though.

If I encountered an e-book that was so poorly formatted that I found it impossible to read, I'd just move on to another book. I already have thousands of e-books waiting to be read.
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