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Old 06-16-2008, 09:32 AM   #1
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Question about html to lrf with opf files

I have a number of zipped html files with images and a table of contents in a zip file with an opf for metadata. Typically, these have an index file (table of contents) with links to other html files inside of the zip.

My question: will the PRS-505 be able to display these files and what would be the easiest way to get these into a compatible file for the PRS-505? Also, will these retain the table of contents that I can use to navigate the files?

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I have a number of zipped html files with images and a table of contents in a zip file with an opf for metadata. Typically, these have an index file (table of contents) with links to other html files inside of the zip.

My question: will the PRS-505 be able to display these files and what would be the easiest way to get these into a compatible file for the PRS-505? Also, will these retain the table of contents that I can use to navigate the files?

Thanks in advance!
Are you trying to convert an ePub file to LRF ?
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Old 06-16-2008, 03:45 PM   #3
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Are you trying to convert an ePub file to LRF ?
No it's not ePub.

Let's just say that I have a zip file with an index (table of contents) html with links to a bunch of other html files contained in the zip. What would be the easiest way to get it onto the Reader with a navigable table of contents?
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Old 06-16-2008, 03:53 PM   #4
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Use html2lrf, it supports OPF files, though its support for TOC is a bit spotty. If it doesn't generate the TOC from the LRF file, open a ticket.
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