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Old 06-07-2009, 01:30 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by ahi View Post
It now looks pretty good, but it's still cutting off text for me on my Sony PRS-505 in Chapter 1, quote 13.
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Any ideas what I could try? I still see no reason/cause/justification in the HTML for the renderer not to simply do a line-break instead of running words off the page... so don't really know where to go from here.
I don't see why it should, either. Have you tried in ADE?

But the .epub does not validate in http://www.threepress.org/document/epub-validate. It uses <center>, mimetype is not the first file in the archive, uses entities in the ncx file, etc.

(In chapter 1, point 4, (2) is missing)

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I'm guessing though, Jellby, that it should be pretty close to perfect on your Cybook.
I doubt it, my Cybook does not read ePUBs (yet ? )

I see you are using an independent table for each point (although the first 4 points use a normal list)... I'd say a single table for the whole chapter is better, for the layout, at least. Also, inline "style=..." are not recommended, use classes instead.

Oh, and the epub has all those chapter*.xhtml~ files (backups from vim, I guess).

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