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Old 01-22-2013, 08:39 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by D0nQu1x0te View Post
Thanks for the replies. I was afriad that that would be the answer. Will have to put up with Kindle's restrictions on clipping. I have a work around so it justs means changing my work flow and a little extra time ..

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One used to be able to use the Mobiperl/Mobi2Mobi-Gui tools to eliminate the clipping restriction without converting. But anymore, the clipping limit (and/or TTS flag, I forget) is tied in with Amazon's DRM. Meaning messing with it on DRM-ed books could render the book unusable, so that method would only work on DRM-free books (if it still works at all with the advent of KF8/azw3). You might give it a shot, though. If you're on Windows, there's no need to install Perl... there's a link in one of those threads to pre-compiled Windows binaries.
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