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Old 02-12-2008, 03:40 PM   #110
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Originally Posted by Valloric View Post
OK, one more question...

Is there a way to remove that "Made with Book Designer etc" notice from the back of any format BD exports? Some kind of setting or configuration file or whatever... I don't know how to remove it by hand from LRF files, and it's bugging the hell out of me...

I'd understand if I was using a shareware version, then this type of annoying behavior would be perfectly alright as a means to get you to buy the full version, but BD is freeware (or am I missing something), so I don't get the necessity of forcing that notice on it's users.

So, any way to configure BD not to add it? If there isn't one, is there an easy way to remove it from LRF files?
You could use lrf2lrs and edit the lrs to remove the text and then use lrs2lrf to put it back into lrf format. But that does seem an awful lot of work for each eBook. Other then that you could just put in a page break at the end of the book so the BD info would go on it's own page and not be with the actually text of the book.
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