The English text of the Concordia Triglotta in Microsoft Reader format is complete. Here’s a taste:
I’m considering this to be version 1.0. I’m quite convinced that there are some typographical errors and other bugs that will need to be worked out (regarding formatting, etc.), but I’m generally pleased with it. It has been some work, but I believe it will be an edifying addition to the Lutheran eBook user’s library.
Part of my excitement is the ability to search, bookmark, and annotate on both the PC and the PocketPC. Additionally, where the PDF version takes up a little more than 2MB of space, this version slides in at around 670kb.
As the PDF version is available to the public via a free download at bookofconcord.org, I will be more than happy to make this version available as well, also at no charge.
Update: The current version is now 1.1. The Greek font was not working in the PPC reader, but is now. Unfortunately, the PPC only supports the “basic Greek” characters, so accents and breathing marks are out.