Originally Posted by BWinmill
It doesn't make a difference to me one way or the other.
It would be nice to have a larger displayable area for the text. On the other hand, I can understand why Kobo wants to reserve the space. (Simply put: it's bad form to have a menu cover the text, especially while reading or creating highlights and annotations.)
I don't care about a few extra page turns and on the Aura at least some bottom menu items still cover up the text, but again I don't care as I do not usually read and use the menu at the same time.
I like the way epubs are displayed in 2.61 with a little space at the top. But I would like it to be optional for those that prefer no spaces or bigger spaces etc. Why not one wonders as they seem to have a few other options that actually work for the most part.
Still I have the ultimate options of replacing my Kobo readers or reading on my T1 although it does not have as good a display, but is less aggravating
Currently I keep the T1 at work for reading on my break