I’ve shared this issue with our education team. Unfortunately, Kindle only supports this book on certain devices and it’s not something we can change. You can view the list of devices that it’s supported on in the Amazon description. This may give you another option to try!
This too annoys me.
When creating a kindle book, Amazon recommends starting with a word or html document so that the end result is reflowable. If one instead starts with a PDF, the end result is a "Print Replica" that only supports pan and zoom. Amazon does put the phrase "Print Replica" on the web page to warn of such books.
The CISSP CBK is only available as a "Print Replica". This is not a big deal as there is really good reflowable competition with both Harris and Conrad, so I was able to vote with my dollars. We are not quite so lucky with the concentrations as there is no competition.
Hmmm, seems like a user story is in order for the next editions:
"As a publisher of eBooks I wish to have them created in a way that is reflowable so that my readers have all the eBook features they expect making learning and reference lookups easier."
Did anyone get any acceptance criteria they'd like to share?
I think it might be marked as a "Textbook," which for some reason limits what platforms it can be used on, *BUT* gives you some opportunities on the non-Amazon platforms. For instance, if I open it in the Kindle App on Windows, I can:
So, I guess the tl;dr here is that Kindle App on Windows and Mac is pretty cool and cloud reader is lame. Now I can also read the Doeppner "Operating Systems In Depth" book on something larger than a phone as well.