Originally Posted by kovidgoyal
no. sometimes the reader resets and is fine afterwards (memory leaks)
With Windows XP I just tested the epub files from both bookglutton and html2epub and here is what happened.
- the bookglutton one works very well
- the html2epub dies on loading (using mobipocket)
So on both XP and Vista (2 diff pc) html2epub and html2lrf cannot convert the file correctly.
In the case of html2epub the files are always corrupt and cannot even be loaded by a reader.
In the case of html2lrf the larger images don't show.
Yet bookglutton's epub maker works.
Are you using Linux?