I see now. Would make sense if they pointed that out in the beauty shots, but I just noticed it was mentioned in previous posts. Obviously, we don't always have time to look at all the pages in these forums. I have a life.
Chinese books also open the same way, the opposite of Western books; you read right to left (and bottom to top) in traditional Mandarin, not left to right, so it makes perfect sense. if you are Chinese.On another note, I don't understand why all these slips open on the wrong side. The opening on slips should be always be on the right, not the left. It makes the front seem likes it's actually the back. Just something I always wondered. I suppose it works for the few people who are left handed.
Thank you for the knowledge! it's a bit awkward for Westerners, but makes sense for the Chinese market.Asian books also open the same way, the opposite of Western books; you read right to left (and bottom to top) in traditional Mandarin, not left to right, so it makes perfect sense. if you are Chinese.
I know what you mean!I have a life.
Probably not, but it’s a cool concept and nice to have a choice if you want it.Not sure I like this concept. Will anyone bother to change the cards? It's not like people are going to be changing the cards from time to time.
Stupid me. I somehow entirely missed the fact that the rear is a cutout. That is an entirely different kettle of fish.I don’t know what you guys are seeing but you all have terrible taste, the edition is innovative and looks