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Jul 29, 2015 Jul 29, 2015

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Why isn't there a button that I can click on that takes me to the previous page?  For instance, often I click on a link that takes me somewhere else in my epub magazine.  There should be a button I can click on to take me back to the previous page I was on.  Calibre as well as other epub readers have this feature and it is great!  Please add this as it is very frustrating. 

Also I just want to say thanks as this is the best epub viewer I have found when it comes to annotation.  Keep up the good work!  I would love to be able to use this program as the one and only app for epubs in the future!

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Dec 08, 2021 Dec 08, 2021

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The reason is that Adobe knows they'll continue to make money from publishers until someone convinces them there's a better option. They hold all the power, so they have no motivation to make their product work properly.

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Dec 08, 2021 Dec 08, 2021

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Here's the reason Adobe doesn't bother improving their Digital Editions apps: using Adobe digital rights management generates a truckload of money for them, and forces customers to use their software, no matter how bad it is:

Initial software license fee: $10,000 Annual maintenance: $1,500 Development and deployment: $5,000-$10,000 Cost per e-book download: $0.22 (source: https://www.editionguard.com/learn/what-is-adobe-drm/)

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