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Old 08-18-2010, 06:45 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by jhempel24 View Post
I don't want to force it to collapse the lines, I need paragraph spacing in some places where locations change etc.

It's driving me nuts! I'm going from Sony to Kindle, and really don't want to re-format all of my books after spending hours upon hours!
Your only option is to collapse the lines or reformat all of your books. LRF isn't a nice container for html like lit, mobi or epub. It is a proprietary format based on objects and the calibre conversion produces a very readable output. This is as good as it gets, the code in calibre is final and the odds are that it is not going to be updated.

As for reformatting:
  1. You can convert to ePub, check out the book in Sigil, adjust it, then convert to mobi.
  2. You can run the conversion with a directory listed in the debug section of the conversion options, then edit the initial input html in the html editor of your choice, and convert that html to mobi.
  3. You can learn to love the wonderful, functional, immensely readable books that are converted to mobi even with the formatting slightly askew.

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