I don't believe any reader 'fully' supports EPUB3, in part because the EPUB3 and its satellite specs (e.g. annotation, distributable objects, widgets) are so broad that it's not viable for any one reader to implement it all.
On Windows, your best options may be Adobe Digital Editions and Calibre. More detail below.
The Readium project is an open attempt to ...
If the EPUB is DRM free, you can upload it to your Google Play Books account. Then if you enable note syncing from the mobile app, it'll save the notes in a doc on your Google Drive and use that to sync them across devices. The notes will show up in the web reader too, and changes you make on the web will show up on your other devices. Google has ...
To print out epub metadata,
To edit the metadata, you'd need to unzip it and then zip it back again, as mentioned by others, epub is just a zip file
mv yourbook.epub tempfolder
mv yourbook.epub ../youroldbook.epub
Find and edit the metadata in opf file
find . -iname '*.opf'
If you want an easy way to do it, probably the easiest solution is to use the Calibre program. It lets you convert almost any format into an .epub file, which the (separate) Calibre editor can then edit. If desired, you can use Calibre to convert the edited .epub file back to the original format as a final step.
The .mobi format simply can't be edited in ...
BookFusion is what you are looking for. BookFusion provides you with a cloud based platform and native Android and iOS apps to allow you to easily upload , organize and read your eBooks across all devices.
More at https://www.bookfusion.com/reading/cloud-library
It is device agnostic and as a result you can read and access your books on any device. You ...
Here is a Python script I use to automate reducing the size of epub books:
$ python epub-shrink/app.py input_file.epub output_file.epub --jpeg-quality=25
I just use Pandoc and specify all .md files on the command line. Here is an incomplete command line: pandoc [some options] 1.md 2.md 3.md.
Source files go last, after all other options, on the command line.
I found two things.
For me the link has to be written '( ./6.md )' with a space before and after the file specification.
Then I found the ebook-convert app wants html files for inputs.
It complains that the inputs are "binary"
Sorry, but Microsoft declared EDGE will no longer be able to show EPUB files, so when they get the KB4522355 patch into your system to kill that ability, it's gone forever.
As Microsoft stated, other EPUB reader apps are available, including the Open Source fbReader for Windows, as well as 12 others in the Microsoft Store.
One way is to use EpubPress to make an EPUB and then open it in Kindle Previewer and export it as a MOBI file.
An issue I found is that opening each page of the SQL book individually results in too many tabs for EpubPress to process. It can process the single-page version you get from one of the printable version links on the book's main page, but then the ...
Okay, I kind of found an answer (for this case at least) myself. The key was to walk away from the margin-bottom and look at it the other way around. So first deleting the margin-bottom from p.line and then putting a margin-top on any element that follows the p.line. And then putting the margin-top to "0" on all p.lines that are preceded by another p.line.
It would help if provided a sample of the content to give a better answer or suggestion. Are the equations in html, mathml, or as images? What is your current html output for the equations, do you have a sample you could share?
If your number is wrapped in a tag with a unique css class, then you could use css to float the number to the right.
Yes. Once you've purchased the book, you can go to "My Books" and find the one you want to download. Below the thumbnail of the book cover there is a "..." menu which looks like this when expanded:
Click "Download" and you'll be presented with a dialog:
Now you can load the downloaded epub on any reader you like.
I've been converting PDF to other formats for over 3 years. I've converted at least 20 books.
A PDF file is not easily convertible, except for text paragraphs. I have a lot of experience extracting text from PDF. PDF is an endpoint, not meant for further processing or extracting of text. You will find you have a LOT of problems extracting images and tables....
If you do not plan to distribute the copies, there is a better solution to just re-type everything - especially if there is more than 1 book.
Scan book page by page.
OCR the resulting images.
Sister only makes correction where it is needed - or not at all, if mistakes can be "corrected" in the mind, while reading.
Depending on the choices for step 2, you ...
You can't generalise, because there are many e-book reader programs, and all of them work differently.
In the Calibre e-book reader program, for instance, the user can design a personal stylesheet, which is an optional choice by the user. That is a user-customisable stylesheet which, if present, will over-ride all the css settings embedded in the e-book (in ...
Old question, but I came in search of an answer and have some things to share on this topic!
Adobe InDesign uses character or paragraph styles to format italics and bold, using a relevant font family, this is correct. There used to be a way to visually "force" a style, but I'm using Creative Cloud and have the most recent InDesign, which doesn't show these ...
One of the reasons this can happen is if the Calibre "convert to MOBI" preferences form has the Personal Dog tag set to [PDOC]. Then it will not show up in some versions of Kindle in the list of "Books", but it will still appear under "Documents".
Is not possible to change this tag using Calibre. A workaround is to convert it back to EPUB and then again to ...
I suggest you use Sigil, or another ebook creator software.
Don't start from scratch with an .html file, it's more complicated, start from scratch with a sofware. I can list the things that you can have with that kind of sofwares that you'll have automatically, and that you couldn't have with a non specialised software.
And be careful if you use a word ...