I've just bought "Accessibility handbook" by Kate Cunnigham, ebook format.
This book is being around since August 2012.
I've read just a few pages and yes, it looks well written, but there are many many errors.
I see many of your customers have reported those since the year of printing but they are still marked as "unconfirmed".
What's worse, THOSE ARE STILL THERE, even in the ebook.
I though ebooks were good for this reason: errors would be fixed and customers would get a correct version.
Why doesn't this happen?
Don't you think 4 years are a bit too many to correct, or at least accomplish, a "float:left" which became float:right" and the opposite?
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