Wednesday, 6 July 2016
Amazon Kindle software quirks - the extensibility of user display settings
One of the strange quirks with Amazon's Kindle software is the extensibility of font choice, line spacing, screen orientation and margins across e-books. If the user changes any of these settings in one e-book then it extends to others. The problem with this quirk is that each e-book responds differently to changes in display settings. For example, a medium line spacing could be doubled in another e-book. Surely it is more intuitive for display settings to be e-book specific.