Originally Posted by zelda_pinwheel
please forgive me if i don't try to do the maths myself... but, with your measurements, are you taking into account the space required by running headers (i always use them) and side margins (same) ? i know some people do not use these, i *always* do and wish everybody would ! this is how i ended up at my original "usable" screen size of 310 x 430 px for the eb1150 (i might be able to squeeze a few extra pixels in, but at that size i am *sure* nothing will get cut off. as i said, this size is only the result of my own personal experience so not completely definitive as the maximum possible size, but pretty close).
No, they don't accomodate the running header, but for a reason.
You see, if eBook Publisher needs to reduce the image to fit, then that software
should take into account the space left on the page and so should
accomodate your running headers. I haven't tested this, though.
The image re-sizing issue only rears its head when the image is taller than the display max. height and eBook Publisher decides it wants to do a "half-baked" effort (I restrained myself here from using profanity
) shrinking it down to size.
As long as the image is greater than your 430
(or my 446
) in height, then eBook Publisher is in control...