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Old 03-12-2011, 01:48 AM   #10
cybmole
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sure - but I added it here so that the thread had complete info, in case others followed my lead & then wondered why it did not convert into mobi OK.

I will have to revert to defining a separate non-indent style - that approach converts OK. luckily I'd only tweaked a couple of books using the <br> tag, before noticing the issue.

I find your "mobi does not support CSS" statement misleading.

I'm sure you are technically correct, but it is "supported" in the sense that books can be created/edited in sigil using css styles then converted to mobi in calibre & the styling will carry over into mobi equivalents.
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