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Old 02-08-2009, 07:40 PM   #2
JSWolf
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Originally Posted by anthonymoody View Post
I'm a producer and unfortunately burn a ton of paper printing scripts to read, most of which immediately wind up in the recycling bin.

I'm looking at getting a Kindle or the iRex reader with its much larger screen, but would love first to see how a typical script looks on a Kindle.

They're usually in PDF, as is the one enclosed below. I'd greatly appreciate if a mac user could convert it (using calibre I assume?), put it on the Kindle, and see how it looks.

Many thanks in advance,
TM
If your choices are the Kindle or one of the iRex devices, then go for iRex as you'll find the lack of PDF support on the Kindle won't do at all for what you want. In fact, you'll find a lot of the conversions to be rather poor.
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