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Old 03-09-2010, 11:40 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by LDBoblo View Post
I suppose when the processing ability of ebook devices improves, we may see better flow options, perhaps drawing from the algorithms used by TeX or Adobe's Paragraph Composer, allowing good (if imperfect) hyphenation and justification, and then decent font kerning (optical or font-based). That'd be a nice start for basic text, even if still a little bit compromised.
Well, save for hyphenation... It already fine for text really. And way more.
Formula are the only real problem I can see, unless you use images.

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Too bad Adobe's been so half-assed about developing it.
Yeap. The e-book world would be better off without adobe.
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