Congartulations Anselm. It worked very well on my Kindle.
I have used Calibre to convert it to an ePub and tested it in Firefox.
Again, it works well and looks good. I use a Laptop in Class for music and
this will be a valuable addition.
Thanks Anselm for all your effort on our behalf and Eric for probucing the
To all, have a great holiday season and return to dancing refreshed.
On 24 December 2011 11:20, Gary Knox <email@example.com> wrote:
> Very well done Anselm. I just downloaded it to a Kindle Reader on an > iPad2. The touchscreen works okay with the index at the back. > > Suggestion - is it possible to put the index at the beginning of the > document? > > ______________________ > Gary Knox > San Francisco Branch > firstname.lastname@example.org > > -----Original Message----- > From: Anselm Lingnau [mailto:email@example.com] > Sent: Friday, December 23, 2011 3:02 PM > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Eric's cribs on the Kindle > > Here's an early Christmas present for all the Kindle users on this list > (or at any rate, for all those of you who have asked Santa for a Kindle, > something to try on Christmas morning). > > Eric Ferguson has kindl(e?)y consented to my preparing an edition of his > massive dance crib collection for the Kindle. This could help people who > don't have Internet access where they teach and so can't get at the SCD > database, and it goes well with the electronic editions of the RSCDS Manual > that the Society publishes on its web site. I have put a first stab at this > up on > > http://media.strathspey.org/kindle/etf-cribs.mobi > > You will have to download this onto your PC and move it across to the > Kindle via the USB connection (or at any rate this is what I seem to have > to do with mine). (And before you ask, no, I can't put this up on the > Amazon Kindle Store because Amazon won't let me give stuff away for free > and charging a dollar for Eric's work just to make Jeff Bezos happy doesn't > ring true to me.) > > Feel free to check this out and to suggest improvements in particular > for the navigation, which sucks on a non-touchscreen Kindle. I will > eventually make an EPUB version, too (which will go even better with the > EPUB Manual). > > Have fun, and merry Christmas! > Anselm > -- > Anselm Lingnau, Mainz/Mayence, Germany ................. > email@example.com Progress is made by lazy men looking for easier > ways to do things. > -- Robert A. > Heinlein > >