Thread: Removing Frames
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Old 02-01-2013, 11:04 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by felinus View Post
I have a couple of commercial books in Epub format that I am converting to Mobi for my Kindle. The problem is that when converted each page appears to be enclosed in lots of frames. I have tried using AZW3 format and that gets the same result. I have also converted to RTF thinking that it might be the book is full of tables but can't find any.
Does anyone know of a solution to this please.
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Frames or Borders?

Borders are simply lines around a object like the forum tree at the top of this thread. Those could be removed.



Frames are distinct areas of a parent. each child may be manipulated .

So where does the Left frame contents fit into the Body frame contents
PDF has similar problems, EXCEPT the contents is not independent of the body, just layered.
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