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Old 09-13-2010, 11:37 AM   #1
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Specify indent in css, not with &nbsp

I'm converting a book from odt to epub with Calibre. In odt the first line indent is handled by Open Office, and works well. When it is converted by Calibre, I see two things. There is a small first line indent, and in addition there is a variable number of &nbsp entries, which appear to range from 0 to 5, making for non-aligned initial letters.

Isn't it possible to code the first line indent in the css and skip the &nbsp code?
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