Endnotes We dont have specific support for endnotes, but you can achieve this with crosslinks.
For images inside the book, to determine the maximum pixel size of the image, you multiply the content area in inches by the Pixels Per Inch setting for your images.
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Where Amazon and Apple are non-exclusive, we expect that authors will also continue to sell their finished books on Leanpub: a) our royalty rates are better b) distributing updates is easier c) variable pricing d) bundles e) more reader info Now, where Amazon or Apple.
Generation Settings These settings can affect the way your book is generated.
The one caveat is that we cant send attachments that are greater than 8 MB, so if your book has.mobi file that is bigger than that, readers will have to send it to their Kindle manually.
Dedication, Parts, Chapters and Sections Dedication Here you can enter a short dedication for your book, which will appear before the Table of Contents.
One * o Putting Code Blocks Inside Lists To put a code block in a list, do something like this: one #!/usr/bin/env ruby puts "hiya".times n puts n two three Some notes: The code is indented by 8 spaces, not the usual.
So, if you type this: C *It was the best of times, it was the worst of times* C C - Charles Dickens It was a dark and stormy night.