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by ThomasF
2013-03-22 03:04:45
Forum: Nisus Writer Pro
Topic: Epub Export
Replies: 19
Views: 9703

Re: Epub Export

Hello Henry,

I've substituted the "px" with "pt" and that seems to work fine.
I'd like to switch it somehow inside of NWP to save me the bother from tinkering with the epubs afterwards.
Can you read epubs with a kindle?

Best
Thomas
by ThomasF
2013-03-21 13:14:20
Forum: Nisus Writer Pro
Topic: Epub Export
Replies: 19
Views: 9703

Re: Epub Export

Hello, I have an odd problem with epubs exported with NWP: The print is tiny on my ebook reader (tolino) and can't be enlarged. I suppose this is due to the description of the font size in stylesheet.css, e.g. p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Times New Roman'} SInce ebook readers...
by ThomasF
2012-07-14 02:29:17
Forum: Nisus Writer Pro
Topic: German Hyphenation / Nisus Documents on Server
Replies: 27
Views: 14805

Re: German Hyphenation / Nisus Documents on Server

Hello, I attach a small AppleScript "Hyphenation.scpt" which can help you manage your hyphenation files. You can extend this to your exception files if you find it useful, for my purposes it seems that one exception file for all the languages I use suffices. Note that you will have to identify as an...
by ThomasF
2012-02-24 01:54:39
Forum: Nisus Writer Pro
Topic: German Hyphenation / Nisus Documents on Server
Replies: 27
Views: 14805

Re: German Hyphenation / Nisus Documents on Server

It wouldn't be too hard to create an AppleScript-Applet that lets you choose the language for hyphenation (globally), I'd be willing to create one if it is needed for users of Snow Leopard and earlier Mac OS X version. You would need to give administrative credentials every time you switch, though. ...
by ThomasF
2012-01-28 04:11:52
Forum: Nisus Writer Pro
Topic: German Hyphenation / Nisus Documents on Server
Replies: 27
Views: 14805

Re: German Hyphenation / Nisus Documents on Server

Hello, I find that the hyphenation is actually pretty good given that only one hyphenation file is used for all languages. But obviously the German hyphenation is not sufficient for long articles or books, the more aggressive hyphenation ("Öfter") in particular creates many mistakes. I am wondering ...