Anybody here publish anything to Amazon/Kindle the past couple or three months? Is your Look Inside view fully justified, and if so, what did you do to make that happen? I'm making good progress on formatting my ebook, but just yesterday I came across the latest Kindle formatting rules. They said your file can be rejected if you submit it with the text "forced justified," because a lot of people like their ebooks ragged right, and it's all about the reader experience, etc., etc. Moreover, the latest Kindles allow users to change the justification and if your text is forced justified, you're depriving them of the use of that feature. There's a difference of opinion on the Web as to what "forced justification" means. But let's say it means the same as full justification, called out as text-align:justify; in the book's style sheet. That's what I have at this point. I think it looks better and cleaner, and now that Kindle has enabled decent hyphenation, I'm not seeing "rivers" in my text when I view it in Kindle Previewer. On the other hand, some people are passionately in favor of ragged right. Don't know why, it strikes me as ugly and hard to read. But those readers exist, and it's not an aesthetic hill I want to die (or lose sales) on. After all, I'm not responsible for what a reader chooses to do in private with my book (gawsh, that sounds dodgy!). I don't have to know about it, or look at it. But I do feel responsible for the Look Inside being something I can take pride in. I've been checking recent releases, put up after the new rule was in place, and they're fully justified. Now I'm wondering how they did it. If you went for full, how did you do it? I really want to know.