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Old 07-22-2012, 08:14 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by ElMiko View Post
Hmmmm... okay, how would that fix the problem of how Sigil displays fonts like Palatino Linotype? Really, what I'm trying to determine is why Sigil and Calibre are rendering this font in that manner (when it isn't rendered that way by, say, Word), and, based on the "why", whether there are any other fonts that have this display problem.
as sigil is basically a preparation tool for putting epub onto e-readers, surely the important question is how will e-readers handle this (rare?) font, if specified....

....& I guess the answer is that in most cases they will ignore it / replace it with one of their one..

so is this a genuine issue or a "how many angels on a pinhead" debate ?
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