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Old 09-13-2008, 11:39 AM   #7
Hadrien
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Originally Posted by HarryT View Post
Why do you want to convert footnotes into inline text? Isn't it better to have them as endnotes in an eBook? That's what I always do myself.
I want to mark them in a way that I can use to do anything. Currently on Feedbooks we do real footnotes for PDF, inline notes for Mobipocket & ePub. I'll change this behavior to end notes for Mobipocket & ePub in the upcoming weeks. And once ePub finally get true footnotes, I'll switch it to true footnotes.

The good part is that I won't have to manually process all the files. Since I've marked them correctly as footnotes (and not just a link to an anchor), I can process them the way that I want.
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