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iPod eBook Creator converts text to iPod Notes

The iPod eBook Creator is a Web-based tool to convert books (or any text) to the iPod Notes format that you can add to your iPod for reading on the go.“This utility/PHP script loads large text file and splits it into notes for use on iPod. It is easy to read your book in plain text format on your iPod via Notes functionality. All notes will be automatically linked, so you can move from one to another with absolute ease. It’s as simple as turning pages of the book.”

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1

I got this last week—looks good, but I couldn’t try it until I actually owned an iPod!

Posted by Nagromme on November 17, 2004 at 11:41 AM (PDT)

2

Works pretty good.  The only annoyance is that if you have a 30+ page ‘book’, you have to menu BACK 30 times to get to the main menu.  There must be a work around, but I’m very dim today.

Posted by Ipstenu on December 23, 2004 at 7:59 AM (PDT)

3

there’s a pretty easy solution to the menu back problem - just dont use navigation elements in the notes -  click up and the next next note with the menu pad - the nice thing is that if you don’t use nav elements, notes bookmarks it too, so with a longer novel you wont lose your place.

I just left navigation elements out alltogether, and it works pretty well.

http://www.brokentype.com/pod/

Posted by jOJO101 on February 6, 2005 at 8:55 AM (PDT)

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“Works pretty good.  The only annoyance is that if you have a 30+ page ‘book’, you have to menu BACK 30 times to get to the main menu.  There must be a work around, but I’m very dim today.”

If you hold the Menu button, it will bring you back to the iPod menu, regardless how deep into the file system you are.

Posted by Rob on October 26, 2006 at 10:27 PM (PDT)

5

actually you don’t need to press back 30 times…you just press and hold back for a few secs…
and i noticed that problem appears only if you let the ipod on sleep whilst on a page/note, or if you use the “<” or “>” . When you want to thange the page just press menu scroll down select new one…it’s actually faster that way if you have a 300-400 pages book… xD

Posted by alex on March 26, 2009 at 12:49 PM (PDT)

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