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Old 06-30-2010, 02:10 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by bobcdy View Post
Thanks again; I didn't know about the long key press ... I was wondering why the Lbook fw epubs look about the same as with BeBook fw.

Anyway I tried the long keypress but found that the formatting on all all my epubs did not seem to work; this includes those downloaded from MobilRead and those created by me from pdf files or book scans (?).
Did you get the firmware from 22 June 2010, or the firmware from 30 October 2009? They are both on the same download page at the Lbook site. I have had no problems with chapter breaks, chapter titles, subtitles, etc., with the latest firmware version of CoolReader. It is true that there is still work to be done with placing and re-sizing of images though.

As for the TOC, I was thinking that you were referring to an in-line TOC? I know that there is currently no TOC in the "go to page" menu. Since I usually remove any TOC that may be in a book that I convert, I have do not have much experience with the TOC in EPUBs. CoolReader is still a Work in Progress, so while it meets my needs now, it certainly may not be for everybody yet. I really like CoolReader's ability to install fonts, have many font size selections, and the ability to override the EPUB CSS with settings of my own.
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