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Tue Mar 8 19:37:31 EST 2016
Hi, they are already available in text format for a small fee for all of them. I'm wanting to make some free in a newton format. I would go with bookmaker but i understand it only generates "classic" format books and not 2x00/emate formats.
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> On Mar 8, 2016, at 4:02 PM, Tony Kan <tonykan at xtra.co.nz> wrote:
> Hi Marisa
> Newton Press is by far the most convenient. I suggest making the files
> available in text form and let users roll their own. That will save you a
> lot of time.
> New Zealand
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> Subject: Re: [NTLK] NewtonPress?
>> On 3/8/2016 5:36 PM, Doctor Clu wrote:
>> Newton press does some awesome stuff that is for sure. :D
> It is what you see is what you get, and easy to add images. But takes a
> while to add a table of contents since you can't search the document and
> have to manually page though to get to the chapters etc.
> Also it tends to crash a lot in my experience. Save your project often and
> to DIFFERENT files. I have seen moments where everything looks fine but it
> crashed on compile. In the end I had to redo the entire book, yet
> everything looked fine. If you save to different files then you can go back
> a revision without loosing your work.
> Of course if you don't plan on doing a table of contents and only a simple
> import then compile, then no need to worry about version saving.
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