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Old 02-14-2012, 12:06 PM   #2
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Try Calibre instead of Kindlegen, seems to handle conversion a little more smoothly. i.e. it is far more tolerant about what you input.

Kindle uses <img tags instead of <SVG. Another common conversion bug with Kindlegen is that it ignores blank lines tagged <br>, do a search and replace with Sigil, use &nbsp; Putting it after the closing </p> will give you a standard font size blank line. Putting it inside <p> tags on a line of its own will give you a nice chapter break sized space. ie <p>&nbsp;</P>

I would try running it through Calibre before you start digging into the code. If it is a well formed epub it should convert without much bother.

Good luck.
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