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Old 08-18-2012, 02:54 AM   #2
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It's certainly possible to do this, but I'm not sure its a good idea. Doing it would be making calibre insist that any element which is aligned center have no text indent. That is not always correct. text-indent applies to only the first line of an element. So someone could, for some reason want to affect the indentation of the first line in a centered block. I cant think of a reason why they would want to do this, but experience has taught me that someone, somewhere will

It should be relatively simple to create a plugin (or add an option to the modify epub plugin) to do this to an existing epub witha couple of clicks.
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