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Old 06-01-2011, 12:30 PM   #1
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LXer: Sigil, Open Source and Cross Platform WYSIWYG E-Book Editor


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Sigil is an open source, multi platform WYSIWYG e-book editor designed for editing e-books in ePub format. The application has an impressive list of features that allows you to do basic as well advanced editing. Sigil also comes with easily accessible documentation. The project is gearing towards a version 4.0 release bringing new features, interface improvements and fixes over last the stable release. The current version is 4.0RC1 (released April 22) which is as good as stable. This is a must have application for users who work on editing/writing e-books.

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