On 2018-02-02 12:45 PM, D. Hugh Redelmeier via talk wrote:
| From: David Collier-Brown via talk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
| Hmmn, I often read PDFs by sending to my Kobo, which has a superior screen for
| text (but not for images)
My Kobos are not good for PDF. At least not for those designed for
letter-sized or A4 paper. This is a real diappointment to me.
I have a similar issue with my Sony eReader and PDF files. It allows me to
read a PDF file but the screen is a bit small. I sometimes have use the zoom
feature to make it easier to read the page. I prefer PDF format files as I
mostly use my eReader for reference material rather than books to be read
cover to cover. Saves a lot on shelf space which is in short supply at my home.
| I wonder if there is a good random-website-to-epub converter? I'll need to try
I'd like a good PDF to epub converter. But any converter is an
I don't know about conversion from website to some reader format. If you
want to convert PDF (or other files) to epub (or other formats) take a look
at the program called Calibre. I use that program mostly to manage the files
I keep on my eReader but it also lets you read the files on the computer,
and it can convert files to many other formats.
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