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Old 09-15-2012, 02:41 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Jeff L View Post
Disabling font size rescaling kept the original font size but then the line height changed.

I don't mind the change to em from px, it's that the conversion doesn't create an equivalent size. I'll just do manual edits. Thanks.
If you have font size rescaling ON then you also need to check the 8 values in the Font size key just below it. Could it be that the 8th value is currently set to 24? This would mean that nothing in your converted file will be >24pt. Try setting it higher to 36 or 48, whatever size you'd like your dropcaps to be. I have mine set to 36. This equates to my dropcaps font-size in the converted epub css file being 3em. My base font-size is set at 12pt (1em). I guess it's possible that the maths is slightly more complex if the base font-size is not 12pt.
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