I have deleted a lot of the earlier posts explaining how to get Flying Fish on your Kindle. I have done this because the technology has moved on.
Here is where we are at he moment.
1. All Kindles before the Kindle Fire can only read PDF 's containing pictures if they are converted to an eBook format. Although the text of a pdf will be legible they can 't re-size the pictures making the formatting hopeless.
2. FF 2012/1 can be downloaded directly in a Kindle friendly format using the link FF2012/1
3. A much more compressed Kindle version of FF2012/2 wil soon be available and I will post the link on the Forum as soon as the paper version has been distributed.
4. Once you have the file all you need to do is email it as an attachement to your own Kindle email address. It seems to take up to half an hour for the eBook to then show up on your Kindle online account ready to be download to your own Kindle. You have to so into the "Archived" section of your online Kindle account to find it and begin the download to your device.
There are other ways to get the FF on you Kindle. Amazon now has an experimental pdf converter built into it 's Kindle website. So you could download the original PDF from the Member 's website and email it as an attachment to your Kindle email account. In order to trigger the conversion all you have to do is type CONVERT into the subject box of your email.
I am sure this system will improve in the coming few months