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Old 12-18-2012, 09:18 AM   #30
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Quote:
Originally Posted by boatat72 View Post
@crutledge

I've had another good look at the file I made to test all these scenarios and still get the Kindle not recognising part ems for spacing. It also still gives inconsistent results for whole ems.
If you have the time I would be grateful if you (or anyone else) could look at the attached and see if it's my fault.
I'm no expert on CSS.
The following works for me in ePub, MOBI, and LRF.

Code:
.i2{
margin-left:2em;
}
.i4{
margin-left:4em;
}
.poem {
margin-bottom:1em;
margin-top:1em;
margin-left:5em;
margin-right:0;
}
.stanza {
text-indent:0;
}
Code:
  <div class="poem">
    <div class="stanza">
      <span class="i2">>"Shall a man prefer the darkness of night to the glories of risen day?</span><br />
      <span class="i4">Or shall a man turn from the lilies to pluck the lowly flower of the field?"</span>
    </div>
  </div>
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