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Comment Re:One Problem... (Score 1) 320

In Opera's implementation, the author does not specify the size of the output medium or where page breaks go. The browser will automatically lay out the content it finds room for given the constraints of the device. If there isn't room for all the content, new pages will be created. These can be accessed with PgDn/PgUp, gestures, or by controls added through JavaScript.

Comment Re:jQuery Mobile (Score 1) 320

True, is possible to split content into pages by way of JS. And JS libraries mean that not everyone have to write that code. But I challenge you to write a script that emulates the kind of layouts we are seeing here: http://people.opera.com/howcome/2011/gcpm/ss Each row is a series of pages from the same article.

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