Known Issues with Bartholomew's Handy Reference Atlas of the World
The maps and the index pages are mostly printed squarely on the pages of the book. However, this is not the case for many of the Geographical Statistics pages, where the text and the boxes that surround tables etc., are sometimes out of alignment in the original.
I have tested the discs with the current and several previous versions of the following browsers:-
They are all able to adjust the size of the text if needed, but earlier versions may not display parts of the disc exactly as designed. Since they are all free to download and use, if you do not have the latest version, I recommended you upgrade by visiting the appropriate website.
Microsoft now have to offer a choice so I have also tested them with Flock, Maxthon, K-meleon, Avant, Flashpeak, Sleipnir and Greenbrowser. They all work, but each is irritating in its own way. By a short head the least useful is Greenbrowser, closely followed by Avant. A special mention must go to Sleipnir for the poor translation into English. I have also viewed them with browsers I have never heard of via www.browershots.org and every page has been tested for XHTML 1.0 compliance with the validator on www.w3.org
Using the tools on
www.colorfilter.wickline.org I have tested all the parts that I have
made (and this website) to ensure they can be used by anyone with
restricted colour vision.