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Old 10-26-2012, 09:00 AM   #1048
johnwhelan
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Originally Posted by Caramon77 View Post
Hello! I am a new user.

I would like to have a function that let me change fonts even if the CSS for the P or the SPAN want to use an embedded font. Actually on the Kobo Glo (and on the nook) i ca change font only if it is specified for the BODY or if there is no embedded font (obviously)

So : - forced font changing

In addition i think would be useful:

- forced margins/line height change
- full screen view of any image
- inline text correction (if i find an error i would like to correct it)
- new setting for page change : only a small portion of screen enabled for page turns, the rest disabled to let me hold the device even with a finger on the screen.
Calibre can strip this information for you.

GoingDown posted this comment when I asked the same question.

"In calibre, you can run book conversion from epub to epub, and when converting, select everything from under "Filter style information" in page "Look and Feel".

That will strip almost all formatting "

and it works perfectly.

Cheerio John
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