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Old 09-08-2010, 10:51 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by charleski View Post
Remove the serif fallback from the font-family attribute in your spans as well.

But I think the best thing to do is for you to create and upload a sample that fails to show your italic font.
Done that, Charleski. Result is now:

Stanza no italics, pinyin ok
Adobe no italics, no pinyin
Calibre no italics, pinyin ok
Iriver no italics, no pinyin

I've uploaded a copy of a much shortened file, comprising merely a part of chapter one. All the words in a foreign language should be in italics, that's the following words/phrases:

Tanda panee lao mehebani
Ji
Nǐhǎo (i and a in this word appear as ? in some cases)
zhxi
zijin

Also note that the epub file includes two images which I have yet to begin experimenting with. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof!

Grateful for any help.
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