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First, I don't have any insight into CLI calibre and you might get a better answer from Mobileread or by posting a bug, but my guess is that the # character must be reserved exclusively for fragment identifiers for HTML. So it is most likely a feature, not a bug. Think about it. If the file name were allowed to contain a #, then you would not be able to ...


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One way is to use EpubPress to make an EPUB and then open it in Kindle Previewer and export it as a MOBI file. An issue I found is that opening each page of the SQL book individually results in too many tabs for EpubPress to process. It can process the single-page version you get from one of the printable version links on the book's main page, but then the ...


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Try using Pandoc. I am not sure how "correct" is the HTML5... $ pandoc file.epub -t html5 -s > file.html Pandoc is open source. sudo apt install pandoc if not previously installed. Without -s just the body's content is generated. (Several options available to control html output)


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Old question, but I came in search of an answer and have some things to share on this topic! Adobe InDesign uses character or paragraph styles to format italics and bold, using a relevant font family, this is correct. There used to be a way to visually "force" a style, but I'm using Creative Cloud and have the most recent InDesign, which doesn't show these ...


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