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Old 02-23-2012, 09:34 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by willthethrill521 View Post
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That was it! THANK YOU
I have the cover image working and my mobi's are being made with no warnings =]

The only concern I have left now is that my mobi's dont show up in the books tab on the device. I do know that it is because of the [PDOC] tag. Whenever I use Calibre to remove it my mobi goes to books like it is supposed to, BUT Calibre destroys the layout of the book and makes it unreadable...
So, I am looking for a way to remove the [PDOC] tag WITHOUT using Calibre.
Is that possible?
I don't know what to say about the PDOC tag. I create my mobi's via kindlegen, and they side-load into the kindle (A K3, btw) just like any book. Maybe you can get more knowledgeable help in the Calibre forum, though.

If you really want to get down-and-dirty with the mobi format, check out "mobiunpack" in the mobi forum. It's a python script that lets you unpack the mobi file so you can see what's in it and modify it if desired.
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