How often do you use inline images? <p> wrapper is really useful?
Nancy Hayfield Birnes
nancy at birnes.com
Fri Mar 7 12:04:40 EST 2014
I want to thank bowerbird for the p.s., below.
Softcover looks like a dream-come-true. I hope.
Hope springs eternal, I think, as I finally open up the terminal window. Sounds drastic.
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On Mar 6, 2014, at 10:16 PM, bowerbird <bowerbird at aol.com> wrote:
> deidre said:
>> XSL-FO + FOP
>> Nowadays, you can do it at the command line on a Mac
> nowadays, markdown input to multiple e-book output formats
> is basically a one-click process, and involves no terminal use.
> i'm actively developing in this arena, if anyone wants information.
> p.s. and if you want to sell your e-books, there's always leanpub,
> as well as softcover.io, a brand-new entrant on the e-book scene.
> p.p.s. the coolest markdown-related shit out today is strapdownjs.
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