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Old 01-07-2013, 08:38 AM   #16
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If the main purpose of the output profile is to determine image size, is it then sub-optimal to choose "Kobo Reader" when using a Kobo Glo (which has a 1024x758 screen like the Paperwhite, unlike the other Kobo's which are all 800x600)?

Edit -- Nevermind, the obvious answer is yes. Although without a way to take screenshots on the Glo determining the maximum image size could be very tedious...

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