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Old 02-01-2011, 09:13 PM   #10
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problem using as a comic book reader

I went and grabbed one because this price is irresistible. I thought I could load comics onto it, but I'm having trouble--it zooms images to fit the height of the screen, and then because of the weird aspect ratio, it chops off the right and left margins. I've been looking for a setting in Calibre to adjust this, but nothing I've tried has worked ("disable trimming" gives me a good epub, but it's the Literati itself that's doing the trimming).

Does anybody have any experience/advice? Maybe something in the "Extra CSS" setting in Calibre? I really don't want to have to unpack all the .cbr's, artificially add a top or bottom margin to effectively "zoom out," re-pack and then convert. What a nightmare.
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