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Old 01-04-2009, 01:45 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by llasram View Post
The Mobipocket "container" support is pretty much all done, including a few features I don't think other open source Mobipocket generators have (UTF-8 encoded content and "uncrossable" boundaries for "non-linear" content like footnotes and the table of contents).
Good! I tried using <mbp:pagebreak crossable="no">, as suggested in the documentation, with html2mobi, but it didn't work in the Cybook or in the desktop reader. Do you think this is due to a missing feature in html2mobi?

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I was considering ignoring Mobipocket's built-in list support and just rendering them explicitly -- generating sequences based on 'list-style-type' etc. But for that I was trying to use Mobipocket's table support, which is reeeeally quirky. For example: if the specified width of a cell is too small to contain its content, then it just disappears -- poof!, isn't rendered at all.
And if a table doesn't fit in the page, it's just cut in the middle of a line (vertical or horizontal), at least with the few tables I've used.

Something a bit unrelated, is there a way (in CSS) to set the punctuation after the labels in a list, i.e., having "1:" or "1.-" instead of "1."?
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