05-24-2012 02:20 PM
I have a question regarding the conversion process for Nook. When I download the complete file and view it on Nook for PC, the line wrap is all messed up?apparently it thinks anytime the line wraps in the word document I turned into an epub file, it should wrap too. Then it adds a paragraph break so that it looks something like this:
How many different kinds of flour are there? We opened a
catalog and counted 28. These were flours that were available
from one supplier
for the western United States. This supplier has a different
catalog for customers
in the eastern states. At last count, we had 16 on hand for
our test kitchen.
So I went into Sigil and deleted the paragraph breaks in the first few pages and that fixed it in the preview. I also used Adobe Digital Editions and the first few pages looked fine. Then I converted the whole thing into a .mobi so I could view it on the Kindle previewer and still, the first few pages looked fine. The only place where the line wrap is still messed up is on Nook for PC, where the text looks the same as ever. What am I doing wrong?
05-24-2012 02:32 PM
It's probably just a glitch with the current edition of Nook for PC you're using. See if there's a newer version to download. If not, there probably will be soon.