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Old 10-21-2011, 01:33 PM   #7
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Should have asked a different question

The reason for posting in Calibre was to take advantage of the smart people here, but mainly because I wanted to see if there was a discrepancy between epub format produced by Calibre and the constraints of Mobi format. But point taken, there are other forums.

I did not find the answer to my specific problem, but found another solution. I should have asked, is there a better display format for the Kindle Fire? The answer was given by wallcraft. I bet there is much better control in that format, but have to wait until it is available to a small publisher (some publishers got it in time to roll out pubs with the Fire's release).

In the meantime, can wallcraft explain "hisrc", I found mentions of it but not the basics.


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Originally Posted by wallcraft View Post
The Kindle Fire will use the new KF8 format, see New Kindle format: KF8. The hisrc approach has the advantage that it works on existing Kindles, and will probably still work on the Fire. We won't know for sure until KindleGen 2 and Kindle Previewer 2 (or the actual Fire) are available.
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