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Have you tried re-downloading it from wherever you got it (Google, I think you said)? Then delete the book from your nook and sideload it again. My copy of Mockingjay came from Kobo and has no problem with margins or formatting.
07-10-2012 10:57 PM
I'm not sure if Google throws DRM on their books, as I haven't purchased any through them, but if they don't I would suggest using Calibre on the google purchased Mockingjay.
What you'll want to do is convert the epub to epub, yes you read that correctly.
Open Calibre and load Mockingjay in to it, then select it and click the 'convert books' button at the top of Calibre. A new window should open up with a whole bunch of options. Do not freak out. At the top left the input should be 'epub' and at the top right set the output to epub as well. Now along the left there should be a 'Page Setup' button, click that. The middle of the window presents new options. For 'Output profile' scroll down and select 'Nook' -not- 'Nook Color' (just to be sure, I think the NC option would work but better to not worry about it). For 'Input Profile' if 'Default input profile' isn't already selected pick that.
Don't worry about what it says in the 'Profile Descriptions' it's just the profile you last had your cursor over. As long as 'Nook' is the one you clicked on it's the one that will be used. Likewise don't worry about the margins at the bottom.
Calibre will convert it, and assuming you have the most recent version as of this comment on the right hand side you'll see 'epub' and 'original epub'.
Plug your Nook in to your computer, remove the Mockingjay that is on it.
In Calibre select Mockingjay, click the arrow next to the 'Save to Disk' button at the top and select 'Save Single Format to Disk' a prompt will appear with 'epub' and 'original epub' you want to select 'epub' then click ok.
A new prompt appears asking you where you want to save the file. You can either save the file directly to your nook, or elsewhere on your computer (I suggest directly to your Nook since it's already on your computer). Just navigate to your Nook and then the 'Book' folder on it. Hit save.
Eject the Nook and open Mockingjay. Hopefull this fixes the margins.
Note that this assumes Google DOES NOT use DRM on their books. If they do, you will not be able to manipulate them with Calibre without dealing with that. I'm not going to go in to details about that as it is, at best, a legal grey area.
07-11-2012 12:44 AM