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Old 11-25-2012, 11:34 AM   #8
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You are confusing 'Tab' (character #0009) with line indent.

Many word processors USE a Tab to accomplish a Line Indent.
Some conversions use a series of nbsp's to fake/force a indent.

The normal way is to set the style property: text-indent: <value>, with 0 being no indent
Thank you. I may indeed have used the wrong terminology to describe the problem. If that caused any confusion, I apologize. However, the problem is very real.

DoctorOhh also suggested setting the indent value to 0, but that removes ALL indents in the text, so that no paragraphs are indented. Again, I don't want to remove ALL indents -- I want to keep the indents that appear in the original text and get rid of the indents that Calibre is forcing.
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