Re: Reading Hidden Codes in Epubs and unvoiced words bestween<>
Yes, epub files are HTML or XHTML files embedded inside a ZIP file (with extension renamed to .epub). Where you actually see a < character on the screen, in HTML source code it has to be encoded as:
and > as
If you need to replace them, you would need to replace these codes instead of literal < or > characters. It's best to double-tap a sentence where they occur in your ebook, then go to "Edit speech" screen, add a new replacement or edit and existing one. You will then see the current sentence that you double-tapped at the bottom of screen as "sample text", with all the codes visible. After you type your replacement, you may press the "TEST: ORIGINAL" button there and see how your replacement worked, what will be sent to the speech engine. You may also press the round loudspeaker button there and listen to that sample.