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Old 05-26-2009, 06:34 PM   #1
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bebook w Lbook firmware problem

I have a bebook with the latest russian site Lbook firmware that I use mostly in reading fb2 ebooks with the firmware coolreader. All works fine but I have a problem with many oddly hyphenated words such as wi-fe, co-me, etc. at the end of lines. On my pc coolreader, there is an option to turn off hyphenation, but I can't find any way to do this while using coolreader in the bebook. If I press ok while reading a fb2 book I can get to settings but there is no option to shut off hyphenation in the settings. Is there a way to do this while using coolreader in the bebook?
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You can do it by
1. Opening a book using Coolreader
2. Press OK for Menu
3. Press 8 for Setting
4. Press Forward
5. Press 1 for Hyphenation
6. Choose any choice you want, 1 [No Hyphenation]
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Old 05-29-2009, 06:27 PM   #3
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Thanks for the reply; actually with the firmware version I had there was no hyphenation option under settings. I finally installed the newest unofficial Lbook firmware (apr.09) and that one had the option as you describe. I also found from another post on a different site that it can be done from the fb2.css file that can be placed in the crengine folder of the bebook sd card.
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