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Old 07-08-2010, 11:27 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by jomaweb View Post
I've converted a CHM file to MOBI via calibre, but I've noticed the lines are cut.
Playing around in my Kindle with the font size I can read almost the full line but this is a useless workaround.

any suggestion?
Lines are cut? I assume you mean they run off the screen. I think this happens when the html in question uses <pre> tags. I think these tags are used to prevent code examples from wrapping and get converted intact.

You could run the conversion with a directory in debug then go into the html provided there and see what is in the code that is preventing it from wrapping.

Update: You could always convert the tables manually to images and size them to fit your reader.

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