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AmberV wrote:Yes, that’s what I was referring to above, when I mentioned that the ePub 2 method is now deprecated and no longer readily available in 3.1. It is still in the software and can be accessed for projects that had custom compile formats that depend on it. So if you really do want ePub 2 then use 3.0.3 to create a custom compile format that requires only ePub 2 (click the gear button in the header area of the compile format designer to set up its scope). Then when you load that project in 3.1 you’ll have access to the older method along with the Adobe layout option (which is hopefully no longer necessary for anything out there with the functional battery).
Along with the change, modifications were made to the ePub 3 method to better support the kind of WYSIWYG approach you could use with ePub 2. You can read more about it in Appendix E.12, under ePub 2 and Legacy Mobi Deprecated. So yes there will be changes to how the CSS works.
Fri Nov 16, 2018 1:15 pm Post
I had a legacy project created prior to the change in 3.1 that used ePUB 2. When I accessed that file today, the ePUB 2 option did NOT appear.
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After asking Kobo to position themselves about the ePub 3 compatibility, they did exactly what I expected: tell me they’re compatible and that Scrivener doesn’t follow ePub 3 standards.
Now I think that if Scrivener users actually target the Kobo market, they would need to be able to publish to ePub 2 instead. Not all users are former users with a copy of 3.0.3. So you should maybe set a note somewhere with a 3.0.3 download link and instructions about using this version on the side or in a VM.
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