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Old 04-02-2017, 06:11 AM   #301
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I have decided to dispense on text searches (now searching with help of syllables instead of words, by the way: German language) and to get an aesthetic typeface on my Kobo Aura H2O. Thanks for this useful plugin.

Allow me a stupid question: Is there any way to display the separators by a code in the text search on Kobo reader? I think no, but like to ask.
I do not know the answer, but I suggest asking in the Kobo Reader forum as more Kobo users will see your question and maybe someone can answer your question.
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Old 05-11-2017, 04:37 PM   #302
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[GUI Plugin] Hyphenate This! Exclusions

(I hope I did this in the right (sub) forum)

I've been using the GUI Plugin Hyphenate This! to add soft hyphens to an AZW3, and it usually works well

Ran into a epub that I converted to an AZW3 to make more readable (to my preferences) on my Paperwhite

The epub does not use <hx> tags for chapter titles (no Hx's in the CSS at all), but uses <p class="ct") and <p class="cn") for the chapter titles and chapter numbers.

The PI only seems to have the capability to exclude on a tag basis, not on a tag+class basis.

Any suggestions?

Maybe the PI could consider an enhancement?

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Old 05-25-2017, 07:32 AM   #303
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Hi, thank you a lot for this plugin! But I have a problem, even if I followed all the steps of the guide, and I've also installed the italian dictionary linked here, the plugin doesen't work.

Edit. Now work perfectly! Thank you again and sorry for the post

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Old 06-03-2017, 07:10 PM   #304
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Some questions re Hyphenate

Sorry about the duplication - this is the correct version. No idea what happened!
As a long-time user of Calibre, I am very excited to have found the Hyphenate This! plug-in as it has long been a frustration of mine that Kindles do not seemingly hyphenate side-loaded books. This is particularly annoying when one uses a fairly large character size (senior eyes!) and a line contains a long word (perhaps even containing a hard hyphen) which causes the justification rule to break the line about half-way across the page.

As I have a substantial library of such books (all, regrettably, converted from epub to mobi already and not azw3) I wonder if anyone could provide me with some advice on how to address the following issues I have encountered while experimenting with Hyphenate This!:
  1. Despite books being in English, I sometimes find that the plugin reports that the book is in some other language and refuses to hyphenate. (Book's "NK3" language is Arabic. There is no dictionary installed for this language. Book won't be hyphenated.) Also, sometimes it reports errors such as "TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not iterable. p, li { white-space: pre-wra File "calibre_plugins.hyphenatethis.hyphenatethisaction ", line 118, in hyphenate
    File "calibre_plugins.hyphenatethis.hyphenatethisaction ", line 71, in _select_books
    TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not iterable

    Any thoughts as to why this might be, and what to do to address this?
  2. Many of my existing books seem to have hard-coded hyphenation (as someone suggested, this may be an artifact of the PDF to epub conversion). Is there a ready way to remove these hard hyphens so the soft hyphenation can do its magic?
  3. I would like to be able to select (say) 100 books or more at a time and have the following series of processes happen in a consecutive fashion (preferably without human intervention):
  • Remove hard hyphenation
  • Run Hyphenate
  • Remove the mobi version
  • Run the Calibre epub to azw3 conversion
It would seem to me that this would require a form of scripting that I am not aware of Calibre possessing, but again, others may know far more than I!

Many thanks in advance.

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Old 06-04-2017, 01:23 AM   #305
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1. Have you checked the metadata in calibre (namely: Language)? If yes, you might also have a look into the book code (.css files): sometimes language can be hardcoded in there. For the other error I don't know, I think only the dev might help you with that

2. Not that I know, you shall remove it by hand. But I am not sure what you mean by "hard-coded" hypenation... you see the li-ne-s wro-te as this e-ven the-y do not break? If not, I wouldn't say it is hard-hypenated...

3. I don't think Calibre is scriptable, but you may run each step for the whole bunch of books, you just need to select all the books in advance and run the action you need
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Old 06-04-2017, 04:29 AM   #306
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You could reconvert from ePub to KF8 and delete the Mobi.
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