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Old 01-30-2010, 03:15 PM   #11
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I suggest PDB.

Yep, this fairly old compression method results in a text display that does not have the wide gaps between lines that other formats seem to present on the jetBook Lite.

Try this: Use Calibre (or similar software) to convert a non-illustrated eBook to text (or, start with a *.TXT file). Then, convert the text to PDB, EPUB (and whatever else you enjoy). Then, look at the screen presentation on your jetBook.

Notice any difference?
Which method is more screenspace efficient?
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