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Old 07-18-2012, 04:17 PM   #232
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Originally Posted by Toxaris View Post
Is it possible to add a feature to remove the 'height: 100%' from the CSS? In most readers this will probably do nothing, but in at least the PRS-T1 this causes that an advance to the next page will not work when the text is not filling a page.
I think it is quite an unnecessary attribute, but I do find it in various stylesheets.
It is used to make a graphic size to the screen. I am not sure how well it works in ADE, but using height="100%" in an img statement does work as intended as long as the margins are set to 0.
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