Maybe I'm doing something wrong, but lately I'm having a hell of a time with the footnotes in my Kindle books. No problem getting to the footnotes, but, once there, I have a very hard time getting back to the text. It seems that whoever has the job of converting books to the Kindle format isn't doing a very good job. Is it something I'm doing wrong, or are Kindle books just inferior in this respect? Or maybe it's a built in drawback of all e books?
I don't feel like pointing out specific examples right now, but I could if asked. It seems like all my recent Kindle purchases have this same disadvantage. Has anyone else noticed this?
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