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Old 01-29-2022, 05:43 PM   #76
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Right except it's pretty clear at this point the RMSDK used in Adobe's Digital Editions on PC/mobile are significantly different from what they have on Kobo. E.g. those support MathML. I'm sure Adobe would be happy license it out for some chunk of change.
Can you point to an ereader app that is using the RMSDK and supports those features? I don't tend to read on an Android or iOS device, so I don't know what is out there and is in any way good.
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Can you point to an ereader app that is using the RMSDK and supports those features? I don't tend to read on an Android or iOS device, so I don't know what is out there and is in any way good.
Adobe Digital Editions is a pretty safe bet. There's an iOS/Android version as well. What else beyond that I don't know. It's not really something they advertise.

I have also heard Pocketbook updated their readers to RMSDK 11 but I don't have one so I can't really comment.
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