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Old 01-07-2010, 03:03 PM   #3
Ken Maltby
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I guess we are talking about the css and ncx files inside the ePub that Calibre
makes? Is there a way to tell Calibre to handle those files in the manner it does
when it is converting the html to pdb, then output as ePub?

Calibre makes ePub with acceptable sized internal files (for JetBook Lite) when converting from pdb to ePub.

I guess this means that Calibre creates better css and ncx files than "ereader2html"
does, when it converts from pdb? Also, that it isn't changing the css and ncx when it
is converting the html file/folder that ereader2html creates, into a ePub file?

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Ken
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