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Old 12-16-2013, 10:04 AM   #1
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Hello. I have a bunch of cookbook epubs that look great on my iPad Air (any of them actually), but when I put them on a Nook HD+, it seems that larger pictures are reduced to really small snapshots (as opposed to being reduced between margins) and it required clicking on them to allow zooming. I've tried setting my output to Nook HD+ and reconverting to no avail. Any thoughts on how to convert epubs so that pictures aren't shrunk so much as to be inconvenient to view?

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Hello. I have a bunch of cookbook epubs that look great on my iPad Air (any of them actually), but when I put them on a Nook HD+, it seems that larger pictures are reduced to really small snapshots (as opposed to being reduced between margins) and it required clicking on them to allow zooming.
Viewing the epub on an iPad or Nook HD shouldn't cause the images to be different sizes but they may appear different if one device is sufficiently different in resolution.

You might want to ask for help in the ePub forum to see if someone can shed some light on the html that might be causing this effect. Or check on the Nook forum to see if anyone there has some insight.

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I've tried setting my output to Nook HD+ and reconverting to no avail. Any thoughts on how to convert epubs so that pictures aren't shrunk so much as to be inconvenient to view?
If you use tablet as your output profile the images are not resized at all.

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