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Old 08-31-2011, 09:50 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by pholy View Post
In the Kobo (using ADE) a font-family in a body selector gets overridden by the reader software; I wasn't aware of this on the Sony. Try putting the font-family in a p selector, to see if it works there.
OTOH, I seem to recall that if ADE detects any errors in the css file, the entire file gets ignored. I can't think of any css verifiers off-hand, unfortunately.
That's a bug in Kobo's implementation of ADE. Most ePub from publishers put the font family selector into the body. This does work fine with Sony Readers.
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