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Old 12-21-2010, 12:04 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by digital_steve View Post
I seem to remember an option for embedding the cover into the epub as the first page was an option in calibre (or im going mad), but i can't seem to find this anymore.
This isn't a option it is the default. Do nothing and calibre will use whatever cover you have in calibre during the conversion.

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I've already converted them epub -> epub plenty of times trying to fix it
Converting epub to epub is the solution.

However if you previously had checked Use cover from source file then the conversion will keep using the cover from the source file (see attached). I always leave this unchecked and I always have calibre use the cover I put in the calibre library.

Also ensure you don't have No default cover checked under epub output(see attached).
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