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Old 08-18-2012, 04:05 PM   #9
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Come to think of it, when I looked at the original CSS in the epub, the only styles that had lines specifying text-indent were the ones that actually wanted an indent. So if Calibre looked for a centered style, and added the text-indent: 0 line only where no other indent specification was given, it wouldn't affect the style in a case where someone actually requested a first-line indent.
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