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Old 11-11-2011, 08:51 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by PatNY View Post
In one instance, I went back to the original and re-converted epub-to-epub in Calibre and that fixed the issue so the cover shows up normally. The file structure still has its html files on the primary level (no OEBPS folder). So not all epubs without an OEBPS folder have the problem.
Have you tried simply deleting the epubs on the phone and resending them?

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So is there any way to force an epub into an OEBPS structure?
As you noted above this has nothing to do with your problem.

I don't know if the following applies but it is worth a try. In the Preferences - Output options - ePub output there is a No SVG cover option. The guidance for this option is:

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Do not use SVG for the book cover. Use this option if your epub is going to be used on a device that does not support SVG, like the iPhone or the Jetbook lite. Without this option, such devices will display the cover as a blank page.
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