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Old 12-07-2009, 09:17 PM   #1
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Turn off Justification for TXT type

How do you make the PEz NOT justify (pad) when reading simple TXT files?
I prefer the ragged right edge.

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How do you make the PEz NOT justify (pad) when reading simple TXT files?
I prefer the ragged right edge.
It is not currently possible.

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How do you make the PEz NOT justify (pad) when reading simple TXT files?
I prefer the ragged right edge.
I have not found any documentation on editing the .css files for CR2, but when/if Jinke upgrades CR2 to CR3, you will be able to change TXT justification by editing the txt.css file in the /crengine directory. That might work for CR2 as well, but the only sample .CSS files that I have are for CR3. The line would go something like this:
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p { text-align: left; text-indent: 2em; margin-top:0em; margin-bottom: 0em }
If you are interested you can get the sample .CSS files here:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/crengine/files/

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I have not found any documentation on editing the .css files for CR2, but when/if Jinke upgrades CR2 to CR3, you will be able to change TXT justification by editing the txt.css file in the /crengine directory. That might work for CR2 as well, but the only sample .CSS files that I have are for CR3. The line would go something like this:
Code:
p { text-align: left; text-indent: 2em; margin-top:0em; margin-bottom: 0em }
If you are interested you can get the sample .CSS files here:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/crengine/files/

FileName:
new-cr3-ui-data-20090311.tar.gz
where is the /crengine directory (obviously a *nix path) and how do I get at it (windows or Ubuntu)? Will a
Code:
cd ..
allow me to drop below my main storage?
I used Calibredb list to create a txt index for my PEz, but between Justification and wrapping, it is almost as useless as the PEz is for finding a single title out of the allowed filing system .
I use (simplified):
series/series_index-Title-Author ;because some series have more than one author(s) across the books
and
"00NoSeries"/Author-title
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where is the /crengine directory (obviously a *nix path) and how do I get at it (windows or Ubuntu)? Will a
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cd ..
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You do not need to get to the Linux root. If you have not yet created a crengine directory, you just put that directory at the root of the FAT file system exported by USB. I just used the / to indicate that the directory *must* be at the root of the visible file system. With CoolReader 2, I was able to use .crengine and thereby keep the directory from showing up on the PocketPRO screen, but with the *current* CoolReader 3 on the Lbook firmware the "." prevents CoolReader from reading the directory.

The link I gave in my previous post has some sample CSS files that you can use to get started. I do not read .TXT files so I have never tried the txt.css myself, and I have my own fb2.css for the FB2 format that I like to use. Since my fb2.css seems to work OK, I am just assuming that you can get what you want with the txt.css. I just do not know if the sample CSS files will work with the CoolReader 2 that is in the stock firmware, since I am using firmware with the CoolReader 3 that those samples are made for.
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You do not need to get to the Linux root. If you have not yet created a crengine directory, you just put that directory at the root of the FAT file system exported by USB. I just used the / to indicate that the directory *must* be at the root of the visible file system. With CoolReader 2, I was able to use .crengine and thereby keep the directory from showing up on the PocketPRO screen, but with the *current* CoolReader 3 on the Lbook firmware the "." prevents CoolReader from reading the directory.

The link I gave in my previous post has some sample CSS files that you can use to get started. I do not read .TXT files so I have never tried the txt.css myself, and I have my own fb2.css for the FB2 format that I like to use. Since my fb2.css seems to work OK, I am just assuming that you can get what you want with the txt.css. I just do not know if the sample CSS files will work with the CoolReader 2 that is in the stock firmware, since I am using firmware with the CoolReader 3 that those samples are made for.
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