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Old 03-29-2013, 05:03 PM   #65
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Originally Posted by JSWolf View Post
It's these sorts of reasons that I am highly suggesting removing support for ePub.
This plugin creates a totally standard compliant ePub. There are no reason for removing ePub support from this plugin, except personal dislike. And since using or not using this plugin is just a matter of personal choice...

Furthermore, removing soft hyphens is just a snap.

Just a device compatibility list could be a reasonable suggestion (and people are already reporting successes and failures).

At the moment, fully successful stories in supporting soft hyphens:
  • Kindle Touch
  • Kindle Paperwhite
  • Kindle (Kindle 4 non-touch)
  • Kindle Keyboard (fw 3.4)
  • and I guess any kindle model supporting AZW3

Partially supported (rendered but search not working) by:
  • Adobe Digital Editions >= 2.0 (*)
  • Kobo (which models?) (*)
(*) has internal hyphenation support

Unsupported by:
  • Sony
  • Adobe Digital Editions < 2


P.S.

I'm reading my 2nd soft hyphenated book: once again my thanks to the author!!!

Last edited by pirl8; 03-29-2013 at 05:23 PM.
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