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Old 05-21-2011, 01:39 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by theducks View Post
IIRC The core software for both viewers is the same(QTWebkit).

I was working on a section number (only) page:
Sigil renders a ADE can't center workaround too far Right.
Calibre, too far Right

ADE (on the reader), close to what I wanted
ADE on the PC, Perfect
EPUBReader (firefox), close
Hi Ducks-
I had forgotten I even had the PC version of ADE, I use it so infrequently. It read my file perfectly as far as the fonts were concerned. It goofed me up when ADE wouldn't increase/decrease the font size because I had defined the font size as 16pt in the CSS. I had to go back and set it as "em's" to get it to work. As I said earlier - so much for standards.

Regards - John
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