I personally use it for all my ebooks and have for years. I've been so pleased with it that I've made several donations to support the effort. The updates come regularly and keep the product fresh. Thumbs up in my book! Or is that "... for my ebook!"
most use a cut up variant of xhtml with some proprietary settings and additional code, yet doing the same story in standard basic html will allow readers full adjustment capability of the story text with all the chapter links while making them dammed easier to set the stories up. but customer service seems to be at total odds with the corporate rip the customer off mentality used by senior IT retail managers now.
I believe you meant "bAdobe Digital Editions/b", not "bAdobe Digital Designs/b" in item #2 above.
to eBooks - I do use Calibre and Kindle on a regular basis. The one major flaw in any readers so far used, is the inability to look at several pages simultaneously. I don't mean multi-page view for continuous pages, I mean the ability to skip to and fro from different sections especially in technical manuals where I may have to refer back to a table/image that was several pages back (or forward).
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