Originally Posted by zelda_pinwheel
thanks for the answer ! just so you know, you can use an emulator to test other formats, if you like (i know they are available for mobi .prc and for .imp, and probably for all others as well). i will definitely keep an eye on your project ; the format i use is .imp, which is based on html but is a "dead-end" format (you can't convert it to anything else), but i think when i make Project Gutenberg books to upload here it would be nice if i could also make a .prc version, since it can be read by a lot more people and easily converted if necessary. and so far i have not been very satisfied with the programs i have used for preparing my texts.
Hrm... I'll look around for emulators, but the output will defenetly have to be tested on a real device. For example, the Reader emulator that comes with the Sony eBook Library software does a very good job at emulating, but I only found a good font size after several tries on the real device... If I now load a LRF in the emulator, it does display as it should, but the fonts look a lot larger on the screen than on the device.
One of the goals of the project though is consistency and I'll defenetly check out existing libraries and emulators for other formats. I think I could initially approximate the difference in font size by the difference in resolution and actual screen size...
In any case, I still have quite a bit of tweaking left to do...