Awhile back I post my "wining" relative to that bloody Archive. One of the forum member responded by saying "it really doesn't take up a lot of space, it's just a few lines of code. Just don't pay any attention to it." Good advice. I don't.
However, I do have one additional question relative to Archive. Let's say I accidentally blow one of my books out of the water. Now, if it's an Amazon book, of course I can go back and re-download it. But what if I obtain it from, let's say, Project Gutenberg, then what? If the book is in Archive, how does one get the ruddy thing out. It seems to me that one should be able to press on it the same as one does with new downloaded books and simply move it into a directory. With Archive, no soap. Maybe you folks have some thoughts on all this. I am probably missing something. If not, what is the use of have the thing on KT in the first place? It could be Amazons idea of a little joke.
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