|02-26-2012, 12:20 PM||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2012
Device: Kindle Touch
Hyphenation - again..
I'm aware there is 100th of threads on Hyphenation - but I didn't find an answer for my question, don't beat me up, please :-)
- I'm using a kindle touch. Weak / no hyphenation - I'm totally fine with that. Most books I put on via USB just don't do hyphenation, that's fair, no complains.
- Some books (also mobi format) do hyphenation in a very strange way:
I removed "<p class=" and "<span class= " from the htmlz and did another convert to mobi. No change.
So I guess there are two questions:
A) Can someone confirm there is a setting for this in mobi? Must be as two mobi books behave different?
B) Any way to change the behavior manually / w. Calibre / w. another tool?
Thanks a lot for reading so far!
|02-26-2012, 01:27 PM||#2|
Staff to 4 Cats
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: The (original) Silicon Valley, USA
Device: Galaxy Tab 2,Black Astak PEz, K4NT(now Wifes)
this is Hyphenation
This is stan- ge hyphena- tion
Try lowering the 'Unwrap factor' a small amount (at a time) when doing the conversion.
Using: Ubuntu(32 bit):Oneric,Precise and XPpro SP3, W7HP(64)- - Libre Office w/Writer2EPUB
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