.chm to PDF conversion, Mac OS X. There seems to be no easy way to do it. Does anyone have an effective and trustworthy workflow they can recommend? (more inside)
After recently switching to Papers
for my eBook/journal librarian, I need to get rid of all these pesky .chm files. So far I've tried...
- Tubby (chm expander) to Acrobat Professional. Works, but you need to manually nest chapters and subchapters, and it throws some ugly markup artifacts into the document.
- Tubby to HTMLDoc (cli binary). Does a nice job converting to PDF, better than Acrobat, but spits it all out as one big unordered file, which needs far more reorganization.
- Chamonix -> Print. Only prints single pages as pdf, not entire document.
- chm2pdf (python). Looks promising but even after compiling for OS X it keeps failing...maybe I am doing something wrong.
Any tips would be appreciated, and if you haven't checked out Papers yet, you'll love it...