We are just finishing tweaks to the latest set of updates and improvements to bookleteer and will be integrating them into the live server over the next 24 hours : there may be some disruption to the service whilst we do this. We’re very excited by what’s in store, it’s a big step forward in [...]
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May 1st, 2010 No Comments
We’ve recently posted some new videos demonstrating how to fold, cut and make up the 4 different types of Diffusion eBooks that can be made using bookleteer: How to make: Book Landscape Diffusion eBook from Proboscis on Vimeo. How to make: Book Portrait Diffusion eBook from Proboscis on Vimeo. How to make: Classic Landscape Diffusion [...]
March 29th, 2010 2 Comments
Our first batch of POD eBooks arrived and we’re very, very pleased with the results: We’ll be sending out some samples to various friends, colleagues and bookleteers, meanwhile we will start accepting orders for POD eBooks & StoryCubes from April 12th. See the prior post on POD for our initial prices.
March 22nd, 2010 1 Comment
Last week we passed another significant milestone for bookleteer – integrating a new set of templates that automatically render each eBook into a Print On Demand (POD) version. We’re sending the first 12 samples to be digitally printed as full colour A6 saddle-stitched booklets today and will post up some photos as soon as we [...]
February 17th, 2010 No Comments
HTML content and page preview for eBooks has now been corrected to work properly. This means that content pasted or added directly into the HTML editing window in the eBook create/edit page will now flow into the eBook PDF file at the correct scale. The page preview function is also now working properly to help [...]
January 30th, 2010 No Comments
So we continued with the tinkering yesterday – shifting some simple things like the login and main menu items to be consistent at the top of the page, made the library and my publication page lists of eBooks and StoryCubes behave more elegantly, and tidied up the home and help pages too. Links to create new [...]
January 28th, 2010 No Comments
We’ve spent today making some further improvements to the user interface of the authoring pages for both eBooks and StoryCubes, reducing the screen clutter, grouping the choices of format etc to be made, and the content entering/uploading areas. Principally we’ve added some diagrams to show the different options for eBooks (Classic and Book formats, Portrait [...]