Originally Posted by nickredding
Converting existing books/recipes to KF8 format won't be all that interesting since presumably the MOBI format will continue to be supported on the new generation devices as well as KF8, and the documents won't look any different. What is interesting is the potential to significantly enhance recipe formatting, taking advantage of the KF8 HTML5/CSS3 capabilities.
I don't understand this statement. I have a Kindle Fire, and I have previous versions of the Kindle, and I have the new kf8 kindlegen, and the documents I create certainly do
look different, with kf8 and Kindle Fire generally rendering much more reasonably. Also converting an existing EPUB to KF8 is much more likely to be successful that when using the previous kindlegen output MOBI7. ?