|01-13-2011, 05:33 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2011
Device: Orange San Francisco / Microsoft PDA
Orange SanFrancisco / ZTE Blade, Calibre & all my old .LIT files.
For many years I have happily read ebooks on various microsoft PDAs, running MSReader. I consequently have rather a lot of .LIT files!
I recently got an Orange San Francisco (ZTE Blade) running Android 2.1
This phone has a screen 3.5" 480x800 color AM-OLED LCD.
I've tried "Moon+" and "Aldiko" readers, both are fine, when I read correctly formatted books (converted to EPUB from HTML)
I'm in the process of converting the old LITs to EPUB. And the questions are,
1. What output profile is optimal in Calibre for my device?
2. What's the best input profile, as I'm havng problems with some of my LITs, where the formatting (in MSReader on PC) is fine when the smallest font setting is used.
Any pointers on where to look for this info will be greatly appreciated.
The Dolphin Boy.
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