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Old 08-07-2008, 10:11 AM   #10
nrapallo
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Originally Posted by drudo View Post
Can someone help with this? First, it seems the html2sb program is missing when I install lit2sb. I tried downloading that and adding it, but to no avail. When I set it all up like it says in the instructions and run the bat file, the .lit file gets expanded into a subfolder and it looks like the opf file gets renamed, but no imp file is generated. If I try running html2sb on it's own, it crashes. Am I missing something? I basically end up with a .lit file and a directory full of html, images, and opf files. Any idea why this wouldn't work?

Thanks.
First, html2sb is "broken" under current versions of Windows and especially so if eBook Publisher is installed. I can't get it to run now, even though I used it 4 or 5 years ago and perhaps under Win98se. It is not required as part of the 'lit2sb' package and usage. Just avoid it.

The resulting .imp should be located in the directory where your .lit resides. Did you "double-click" the .lit file to launch the conversion?

Now if you did the above, the .imp conversion may have been halted due to errors in to .opf or .html. Just load the .opf in eBook Publisher and try to build your .imp edition. Was it successful?

If not, then review the Messages log and see if anything needs fixing.

If not, to see if your installation of lit2sb is working, try to convert another .lit file to see if that one works.

If not, private message me with some details of your failed conversion attempt.
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