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Old 12-25-2010, 02:45 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Carl314 View Post
OK, Cool Reader does not appear to apply the CSS file within the epub itself, unless I'm missing a setting. Using one unified css file for all epubs doesn't work when each individual epub has unique formatting defined in its CSS.

I am looking forward to annotations and highlighting, however. Perhaps once you implement those, I can see if there is a suitable workaround to the CSS issue.
It looks like internal .CSS is not used by some reason. It's a bug.
Could you provide sample .epub with such problem?
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