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Old 09-10-2007, 01:12 PM   #1
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Austen, Jane: Emma HTML (PDA and iPhone-friendly) with curly quotes etc

This is an html version with curly quotes, em dashes, italics, foreign accents for people who care about these things.

It's formatted to be PDA (mobipocket) and iPhone-friendly, as well as looking OK on a full-size screen (but I haven't tested on an iPhone so I'd be interested in any comments on how it looks on an iPhone). It hasn't got a TOC because for some reasons links within a document don't seem to work in mobipocket reader.
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Old 09-10-2007, 01:25 PM   #2
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Actually, links within a MobiPocket book do work. Check out Overclocked Stories of the Future Present for an example.
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Actually, links within a MobiPocket book do work. Check out Overclocked Stories of the Future Present for an example.
I don't understand why, but while they work within prc files I can't seem to make them work with html files. And texts from manybooks.net don't work either so I don't think it's me.
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How did you go about creating this edition?
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With a text editor (Textmate). My Windows machine is out of action at the moment so I don't have access to Mobipocket Creator.
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With a text editor (Textmate). My Windows machine is out of action at the moment so I don't have access to Mobipocket Creator.
Are you going to create an LRF version? If not, I may take a shot at it.
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Are you going to create an LRF version? If not, I may take a shot at it.
Yes - please do. Part of the reason for posting in html is that it's available for people to convert whatever format they have (and using the tools I don't have access to).

I've used the convention of book title as an h1 heading, volumes as h2 and chapters as h3 - if that helps compile the TOC.

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