Originally Posted by wallcraft
As an alternative to my "use Calibre" advice above, note that mobi2mobi (from MobiPerl) can remove the clipping limit (EXTH record type 401) entirely (like Calibre) or change its value. It can do this even if your AZW file has DRM. It does not remove the rest of the DRM, but it does remove/edit the limit. I don't know what effect this has if you have existing clippings and highlights, because the .mbp file might get automatically deleted if the AZW file is replaced.
wallcraft, I've not used mobi2mobi, and I'm not sure what you can write here, but can you point to documentation for the app? I've installed it, but not sure what command to run to specifically look at clipping limits, or change clipping limits.
Thanks for any help you can provide.