I must say that after being FORCED to use this application, I can see that this is going to turn out to be an absolute horrendous and painful experience!Not only is there no support for my dyslexic software, but even basic reading navigation is non existent - and all this from a piece of software in its fourth generation!!!!
The literature I am trying to read is produced in partnership with the UK HM Government.I cannot believe that they have willingly decided to produce documentation in this format, both tying themselves into a product that seems to be little more than a beta version, and deliberately ignoring the needs of a large group of users that have difficulty with reading.Talk about make a difficult job worse.Well done the UK Government, TSO, Axelos (the Intellectual Property owners of the material I'm trying to read - which all relates to "Best Practice", if you can believe that) and well done Adobe.
To compound all of this I found a post on these very forums that was submitted back in 2011 from a lady who again had been forced into using this product through eBook purchases for her son, and again highlighted the fact that it was incompatible with his dyslexia software.Her post received the expected response from Adobe that I fear will be forthcoming with regard to this query - i.e. nothing.
Is Adobe Digital Editions addressing this issue? I see the issue has been brought up years ago and don't see a response yet from Adobe?
Are there any plans?