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Old 01-01-2019, 09:41 PM   #4
slowsmile
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@ralphiedee...

"...so what I'm asking is whats the best way to get the images as close in size as the epub in this mobi file?"

This is a well known problem in Kindle mobi files where image dimensions are altered at random for all images that are smaller than max page/screen size.

Here are some practical ways to resolve this problem. You could manually code each image in the epub as a percentage of current device screen width -- example shown below:

<p class="centered"><img alt=" " src="../Images/Your_Image.jpeg" style="width: 40%;height: auto;"/></p>

Or you could use Sigil's CustomCleanerPlus plugin and just select the "Reformat smaller images..." option which will automatically convert all image formatting in the epub to percentage format values(as shown above). After conversion, you should be able to further fine tune individual image size by altering the "width" value as needed in the epub.

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