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Old 11-14-2011, 05:28 AM   #22
cuthbert19
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Originally Posted by dicknskip View Post
In Sigil and ebook-viewer I do not see the script font, BUT on the PRS-505 I do see it. Now I only need to get the Sigil and ebook-viewer to show the font. I am sure they can't find it because of the url. Do I now need to create a /Data/fonts/ directory on my linux box?
You're not doing anything wrong, as I said in post #2 there's a bug in a support library (QTWebKit) which both Sigil and the calibre viewer are based upon that makes embedded fonts not work correctly.
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