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Old 07-22-2012, 09:48 AM   #10
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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.
Both use the same (QT) display engine. There are quirks in that engine.

You should always check with/on ADE and/or programs using other display engines.

BTW (not using your font) but I recently was reading a book on my PEz and one stay line ran off the edge (16pt right margin) in the middle of a paragraph. (and it looked fine in Sigil) I have seen this on occasion, I just live with it
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