EBOOK(1)                                                 EBOOK(1)

          ebook - Open Ebook browser

          ebook/ebook [ -m ] file

          Ebook provides a graphical browser for a set of files in
          Open eBook (OEB) version 1.0.1 format. It takes some care to
          try to ensure that memory usage does not grow proportionally
          to the size of the book that is being viewed.  File names
          either an OEB package file (conventional suffix .opf) or an
          OEB document (conventional suffix .html or .xml).  The -m
          option causes the window to be created in ``mini'' size as
          suitable for display on a 240x320 pixel device.

        GUI controls
          Controls at the top of the window enable the user to move
          forward and backwards by pages through the document.  A
          ``Guide'' menu provides access to the guide as found in the
          ebook package (if there is one). If the links in this are
          followed, or if the reader follows links embedded within the
          document, the up and down arrows enable moving backwards and
          forwards in the ``link history''.  Arrows on the keyboard
          mimic the actions of the buttons at the top of the window.

          Clicking in the text allows an annotation to made on the
          text; a text window is popped up and any text typed in it
          will appear in a label attached to that text.  Annotations
          are stored in persistent storage and will last from view to
          view of the document.

          /lib/ebook/default.css  Initial stylesheet settings.
          document.index          Index file for the OEB document, one
                                  display size only.
          document.annot          Annotations for the OEB document.
          /lib/ebooks             Standard place to keep ebooks.


          xml(2), ``The Open eBook Publication Structure 1.0.1''

          Does not do floats.
          Does not do borders & backgrounds properly.
          Large top-level constructs are not bounded in memory usage.
          Does not do links to external documents.

     EBOOK(1)                                                 EBOOK(1)

          Does not do fallbacks.