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Old 04-26-2010, 07:04 AM   #7
DoctorOhh
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Originally Posted by duckbill View Post
I have now given up hope that Sony will supply us with a firmware update to solve the non-justified Epub issue.
It's not an issue it's a feature.

Before I decided to use epub I actually used PRScustomizer to allow LRF ebooks to be left justified. My reasons though are because I use a larger font to avoid reading glasses and hyphenation is not implemented. The lack of hyphenation caused large gaps between words with fully justified text.

I agree with you though at the very least it seems that any ereader should allow the user to select full or left justification. I was surprised that the 300 and 600 didn't have this option, even the jetBook Lite ereaders I just bought for my kids have this option among their limited option set.

I don't see Sony releasing any firmware update to address this in any of their readers.

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Originally Posted by pepak View Post
2) With my books, LRF is ~ also more stable than EPUB.
This is interesting one of the reasons I went to ePub is because I had too many problems with LRF being unstable, mostly during pagination but at other times too. Since moving exclusively to ePub spontaneous restarts have been drastically reduced.

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