Originally Posted by dgatwood
Ah. Now I understand. The problem is that Nook's notion of "Publisher Defaults" is hopelessly broken. As best I can tell:
- The option is not enabled by default. Instead, an arbitrary (possibly user-chosen) font is used unless the user specifically chooses "Publisher Defaults" for each book.
- Nook doesn't offer the "Publisher Defaults" option at all unless the book contains at least one embedded font.
- Nook overrides publisher-chosen fonts in SVG content (which is very, very bad behavior).
That second one is incorrect - the Publisher Defaults option should be there for all trade epubs (unless something got changed while I wasn't looking).