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Old 04-26-2011, 09:49 PM   #1
belden
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More Hyphenation After 1.2 Update?

I updated the Nook Color to 1.2 yesterday and noticed that there seems to be much more hyphenation (words being split at the right edge of the page going onto the next line) than there was before. Maybe it was always there and I had never noticed it, but it's driving me crazy. I run all of my EPUBs through Calibre, even store bought ones, in order to standardize font sizes across all of my books, could this have anything to do with this? Is there a setting within Calibre that controls hyphenation or something similar or is this more likely the reader app itself on the NC and some new value causing it?

EDIT: Just as a test, I downloaded one of my archived books and read it without any conversion. The hyphenation is just as bad, if not worse. On average there are between 5-7 words being split on each screen.

Last edited by belden; 04-26-2011 at 09:53 PM. Reason: Additional Observation
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