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Old 11-27-2010, 02:53 AM   #1
Garret
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Arrow Some annoying issues browsing comics in jpg files with Kindle 3

Through Mangle I modified a comic of 30 pages to adapt it for my Kindle 3.

Mangle created a folder with 30 jpg files, each one named "0001", "0002", ...

Now putting the folder inside the documents folder on the Kindle 3, this one sees correctly the comic as a book, but I have two annoying issues:

1) - Browsing pages I see they are showed randomly without following the correct page order.

2) - Browsing some pages I see that sometimes some rests of previous pages remain on the screen.

I sent my folder to one my friend who has got the Kindle 3 but he has only the 2nd issue...
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Old 11-28-2010, 07:41 AM   #2
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1) Never met. Consider add a character before the file name. (X0000.jpg)

2) Menu -> Use full refresh
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