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Old 02-20-2008, 01:09 AM   #6
nrapallo
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Originally Posted by JSWolf View Post
I've removed the second attachment and replaced the original attachment to fix the incorrect font size.

Nick, in the HTML from Book Designer, it has

Code:
<DIV >&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
I did notice the margins were a little bit large in the PC view. Can you program for this so when you make the indent, it's not so large? Unless of course, it looks good on the EB1150.
I know what's happening here. I automatically turn on '--indent' when you choose '--nopara', so you get the hard-code indent from BD plus 'mobi2imp's (1em) indent.

I will just change the behaviour of '--nopara' to NOT automatically force an indent, but rather leave this up to the user.

Besides, trying to decide which '<tag>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;' sequence to adjust and which to leave alone would be a nightmare. I'll implement the former; it's easier!

-Nick

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