Originally Posted by wallcraft
There is an on-line man page
. See also Kindle Mobi2Mobi Vista/XP
, which includes screenshots that show "item: 401 - ClippingLimit", and Mobi2Mobi Advanced
. The results of the commands should also be the same on a Mac or under Linux.
To see the limit, use mobi2mobi with no options:
this prints out all the EXTH records as well as other stuff. The ClipingLimit is in Hex. For example I saw 0xa (10), 0x1e (30) and 0x64 (100) in three AZWs. You can use Google to convert: search for "0x1e to decimal".
The Mobi2Mobi Advanced
page gives examples of changing an EXTH record using --exthtype and --exthdata. Another option, perhaps easier, is to delete an EXTH record, for example:
mobi2mobi "Book.azw" --outfile "Book-EXTH.azw" --delexthtype TYPE
will delete the EXTH record of type TYPE. The number might work for TYPE or its name in lowercase.
I think I have an idea about the clipping limit. I think it's a percentage, not an absolute value. Ten would be ten percent, not ten separate clippings; 100 would be 100% of the book can be clipped, not 100 separate instances.
This would match with what we would expect from non-DRM books, don't you think?