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Old 03-29-2013, 11:31 PM   #531
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Originally Posted by KevinH View Post
But almost anything can read the older mobi pieces. So please provide a testcase of a small but valid epub that I pass through the latest kindlegen, then unpack and strip it, that will not show on your Paperwhite, and I will try to track down how to fix it.
It happens on literally every one, but here's a small test case that also uses embedded fonts (see my previous message).

Something even weirder I noticed, though. If I put the KF8 on the Paperwhite first, let it get indexed and appear in the document list, and then overwrite it with the KF7, it stays in the document list but displays an error when I try to open it.

Addendum: The Kindle 2 has no issue with the KF7 that I can see.
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File Type: epub fonttest.epub (1.58 MB, 54 views)
File Type: mobi fonttest.mobi (1.61 MB, 51 views)
File Type: mobi fonttest-kf7.mobi (1.60 MB, 51 views)
File Type: mobi fonttest-kf8.mobi (1.60 MB, 48 views)

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