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Old 08-25-2008, 07:43 PM   #12
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Hi EssKayEss,
I'm glad you find the tool useful.

It wouldn't be too hard from the GUI side to add support for a tool called LRF2LRF. However the harder part would be to write the LRF2LRF tool using Calibre's plugin architecture.

I agree a feature like this is probably best kept in the Calibre realm. It doesn't make sense to have a LRF2LRF tool all on it's own.

Unfortunately I do not know Python and am limited in time. So I chose the quickest path to fill my need to be able change the font size and margins of existing LRF files.

Anyhow thank you for the karma.

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