[bksvol-discuss] Re: page numbers etc.

I'm pretty sure it's been longer than that. I should check some of my early submits or validates; but I think it's been at least a year.


Evan

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The newer ones do, the ones processed in I blieve the last six months, are
supposed to have the dashed line, and then the page number.

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I remember going through this same discussion about Kurzweil and
Daisy before with somebody with textbooks (was it you Dr. Cross?)
voicing the same concern. The concern is that .brf files also seem to
have some kind of paging issue.

Both these concerns seem critical to me. Kurzweil is meant for use by
a population which includes many students. Brf files which bookshare
processes certainly need to retain print pages.

E.
At 12:22 PM 1/18/2008, you wrote:
Hi Kenneth,

        If you are downloading books from Bookshare and reading the
daisy files with Kurzweil 1000, you won't see page numbers.  I had
the same complaint that you are making, and had to be told that
K1000 doesn't, for some reason that no one has managed to explain
to me, retain the page numbers in Bookshare's  daisy files.  So,
your books may after all, still retain their proper page
numbering.  You may just not be able to see them.  No guarantees
that your page numbers are still there, just an explanation of why
you might not see them in the Bookshare book.

Peace,
Mayrie

  At 07:25 AM 1/18/2008, you wrote:
For all this talk, can someone give the name of one book in the
current collection of over five hundred pages which has all of the
page numbers, in the right places, so that one can use that page
number to footnote scholarly research.  I would like to see at
least one, because almost all of the books I put on the system are
mangled so that I can't later use them for my work or research.

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