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I still occasionally have issues with syncing, even epubs i bought from the bookstore vs. uploaded into Books. Between iPad and Mac seems reliable, phone is a crap shoot (all devices on latest 16.1 betas)
I downloaded a non-Apple epub on my iPhone running IOS 16.0.2. I then opened Files and the Download folder and tapped the newly downloaded epub. It opened. Closing the file showed it as the most recent addition to Apple Books (which I confirmed by opening Apple Books on my computer).
On the Mac, just double-click the epub. If Books is your default app for epub, that will import it. (Otherwise, Open With Books.) As long as Books is set to sync in iCloud, that will also copy it to your other devices.
@jimthing As I was told by an author, while Amazon now accepts epub files, they convert them to mobi files before putting them in the Kindle Store. I then have to use Calibre to convert them back to epub so I can upload them to my iPad Minis.
For ltr scripts, content flows vertically from bottom to top. For rtl scripts, content flows vertically from top to bottom. All the glyphs, even those in vertical scripts, are set sideways toward the right.
For ltr scripts, content flows vertically from top to bottom. For rtl scripts, content flows vertically from bottom to top. All the glyphs, even those in vertical scripts, are set sideways toward the left.
If given, this must be the name of an image file (path relative to theconfiguration directory) that is the logo of the docs, or URL thatpoints an image file for the logo. It is placed at the top of the sidebar;its width should therefore not exceed 200 pixels. Default: None.
The keys can contain glob-style patterns , in which case all matchingdocuments will get the specified sidebars. (A warning is emitted when amore than one glob-style pattern matches for any document.)
This will render the custom template windowssidebar.html and the quicksearch box within the sidebar of the given document, and render the defaultsidebars for all other pages (except that the local TOC is replaced by theglobal TOC).
These options influence the epub output. As this builder derives from the HTMLbuilder, the HTML options also apply where appropriate. The actual values forsome of the options is not really important, they just have to be entered intothe Dublin Core metadata.
The HTML theme for the epub output. Since the default themes are notoptimized for small screen space, using the same theme for HTML and epuboutput is usually not wise. This defaults to 'epub', a theme designedto save visual space.
The publication scheme for the epub_identifier. This is put inthe Dublin Core metadata. For published books the scheme is 'ISBN'. Ifyou use the project homepage, 'URL' seems reasonable. The default valueis 'unknown'.
This flag determines if sphinx should try to fix image formats that are notsupported by some epub readers. At the moment palette images with a smallcolor table are upgraded. You need Pillow, the Python Image Library,installed to use this option. The default value is False because theautomatic conversion may lose information.
Begin in a seated position, facing forward with your arms down by your sides. Take a long, deep breath in and slowly stretch your arms upward to the ceiling. Hold this position for a moment, and bring your arms back downward with a long exhale. Throughout this exercise, make sure your core is engaged and your back is as straight as possible.
Sit up straight in your chair, and do not let your back touch the back of your chair. Extend your neck slowly upward so you feel the crown of your head rising towards the ceiling. While holding the base of your chair with your right hand, slowly reach upwards with your left hand to hold your left temple. Take a deep breath, and upon exhalation, gently dip your left ear towards your left shoulder without bending your back or raising your right shoulder. Take several slow breaths in and out in this position, before alternating this stretch to the opposite side.
Begin this pose in a seated position with your back straight and apart from the back of the chair. While you inhale deeply, reach your arms straight out to your sides at a low and wide angle. Exhale slowly and reach your hands behind your back, bending your elbows slightly. Arch your back slightly to feel the stretch in your shoulders, and take several breaths in and out.
Sit upright with your back away from the back of the chair and facing forward. Gently raise your left ankle to rest on top of your right knee or thigh. If you have trouble bringing your ankle to your knee, feel free to use your hand to assist. Inhale deeply, flex your left foot slightly, and bend forward upon exhale. After several deep breaths in the forward position, return to sitting up straight. Gently switch sides, so your right ankle is resting upon your left thigh or knee, and repeat the above steps.
Begin this pose sitting sideways in your chair, with your knees over the right side of the chair and the back of the chair next to your right arm. Make sure your back is straight, and your body is apart from the back of the chair. Hold the back of the chair with both hands, inhale deeply, and slowly turn your body toward the back of the chair while exhaling. Hold this position for several breaths before returning to the original position. After this pose is complete, switch to the other side of the chair, so your knees are over the left side of the chair and the back of the chair is next to your left arm.
Start this pose sitting on the front half of your chair with a straight back and an engaged core. Bend your knees at 90-degree angles with your knees above your ankles and a small space between your knees. Inhale slowly and roll your shoulders downward upon exhaling. Activate your abdominal muscles and hold your arms down at your sides. Hold the pose for several deep breaths.
Ifyour layout includes design elements specific to the right or leftside of the spread, turn on this option. If your left and rightpages are interchangeable, you can turn off this option. This optionis dimmed if the document does not have facing pages.
Spinal cord CVA will result in complete (-plegia) or incomplete (-paresis) paralysis on both sides of the body depending on the level of injury in the spinal cord. Tetraplegia or tetraparesis (quadriplegia) involves the body and all four limbs. Paraplegia or paraparesis involves the lower part of the body. Effects of a spinal cord stroke can include alteration in mobility and function. Clot busting drugs do not seem to be effective in treating spinal cord stroke.
Brain CVA can affect the entire body, including paralysis or paresis (partial paralysis), cognitive and memory deficits, speech and visual issues, emotional difficulties, daily living challenges, and pain. Paralysis is a common outcome of stroke, often on one side of the body (hemiplegia). Paralysis may affect only the face, an arm or a leg, but most often, one entire side of the body and face is affected. A person who suffers a stroke in the left hemisphere (side) of the brain will show right-sided paralysis, or paresis. Likewise, a person with a stroke in the right hemisphere (side) will show deficits on the left side of the body.
Left Brain Stroke can result in full or partial paralysis on the right side of the body. There might be difficulty in understand speech or speaking words, word finding or unusual use of words or sounds. The individual is typically cautious or even sometimes timid in behavior. Memory loss can be present.
Right Brain Stroke characteristics are full or partial paralysis on the left side of the body. There are often visual difficulties, quick and impulsive movements and thoughts. Memory loss can be present.
In left or right brain stroke, a visual field cut called hemianopsia can occur. The individual is not blind, but the visual field is reduced in both eyes. As a result, vision to one side is absent. The side of the visual field cut will be the same as side as paralysis in the body. The individual is unable to recognize that the visual field cut area is missing. This neglect can lead to injury to the neglected side even to the point that they do not recognize that body part as their own.
Since then, researchers have developed better laboratory tools, computational methods, and strategic approaches. The final, complete human genome sequence was described in a set of six papers in the April 1, 2022, issue of Science. Companion papers were also published in several other journals.
The complete genome sequence will be particularly valuable for studies that aim to understand how DNA differs from person to person. For example, T2T researchers used the sequence as a reference to discover more than 2 million previously unknown sequence variants in the human genome. These included variants within many medically relevant genes.
The Omnibus is being manually generated for now. This means thatpeople who newly subscribe, or renew an expired subscription, will notbe able to download the Omnibus until the next weekly update. TheOmnibus will be automatically generated by the time is is completedand replaces the other books.
The Warescription Web site was updated to list the Omnibus, and itwas updated to the latest GWT to hopefully help a bit with browsercompatibility. By the time the Omnibus is completed, the WarescriptionWeb site will be rewritten as a classic Web site, eliminating GWT andhopefully eradicating any compatibility issues. 2b1af7f3a8