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Old 03-19-2010, 01:18 PM   #1
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ich habe einige Dateien, in denen der Zeilenumbruch mit CR und LF Codiert ist. Dieser wird nach der Umwandlung leider nicht dargestellt. Was kann man dagegen tun?
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ich habe einige Dateien, in denen der Zeilenumbruch mit CR und LF Codiert ist. Dieser wird nach der Umwandlung leider nicht dargestellt. Was kann man dagegen tun?
Oeh, von welchem Format reden wir denn?
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Hallo,
steht im Titel CHM/HTML. Und da ist manches eben einfach mit nem Zeilenumbruch formatiert, statt mit <br>. Firefox etc. akzeptiert das ja auch als richtig.
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steht im Titel CHM/HTML. Und da ist manches eben einfach mit nem Zeilenumbruch formatiert, statt mit <br>. Firefox etc. akzeptiert das ja auch als richtig.
Nein, das geht so nicht. Mobi Creator ignoriert Zeilenumbrüche, die so formatiert sind (zu Recht). Wenn Du die Zeilenumbrüche erhalten willst, ersetze sie mit <br />. Wenn Du Absätze meinst, ersetze mit </p><p>

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also das ganze per Hand zu ändern würde zu lange dauern. Ein anderes Problem ist das bei manchen PDFs Textteile fehlen. Kann das an einer fehlenden Schriftart liegen?
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also das ganze per Hand zu ändern würde zu lange dauern. Ein anderes Problem ist das bei manchen PDFs Textteile fehlen. Kann das an einer fehlenden Schriftart liegen?
Wer sagt denn "von Hand"? Das geht mit einem passenden Editor in nullkomma nix.

PDFs: Es kann daran liegen, dass einige Teile schlicht kein Text sondern Bilder sind.
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Was ist denn da für ein Editor zu empfehlen? Der Text ist definitiv Text und lässt sich auch kopieren. Im Konvertierungsergebniss sind statt dem Text dann vereinzelt Vierecke.
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