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Old 01-03-2013, 10:51 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by rashkae View Post
I've noticed that in current versions of calibre, when I convert to Epub (from Epub or from Mobi), with font size scaling disabled, Calibre converts all font fixed size keywords (font size: medium, font-size: normal, font-size: small) etc into a fixed value in pt. This is very undesireable behaviour, and forces me to apply complete font-size scalling on all convreted books so I at least get sane values in em. Is there any way to prevent this?
We (well a number of us) keep saying on MR that doing an ePub > ePub conversion is a very bad idea. What is it you need done that the conversion is doing for you? There is the Modify ePub plugin that changes/fixes a number of things in an ePub without doing any sort of conversion. I use it all the time as it works very well.
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