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Old 01-14-2012, 11:05 PM   #10
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This is a great progress!! Thanks!

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Originally Posted by Morkl View Post
I put them in a sample document and tested it, and italics and bold did not work. Turns out the following lines break things:
Code:
@font-face{ font-family: serif; font-variant:small-caps; src: url(res:///ebook/fonts/AmasisMTW1G.otf);}
and/or
@font-face{ font-family: sans-serif; font-variant:small-caps; src: url(res:///ebook/fonts/AmasisMTW1G.otf);}
Any CSS gurus here that know how to fix them?
Here's what I found: http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-fonts/#propdef-font-variant

"Like other shorthands, using ‘font-variant’ resets all font feature properties to their initial values."

So maybe this is why including font-variant in the @font-face rule breaks all other definitions?

Does the small-cap text display correctly without the css lines above?

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