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Old 01-09-2013, 12:02 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by Rowebo View Post
The only problem now is that the documents arrive on the Kindle in mobi or azw3 (including with embedded fonts) with a lighter, "grey" font than all other documents on the Kindle. This may well be an artifact of the original html file, but I was wondering whether there might be some way to change that behavior either before or at the point of conversion.
Go to Preferences - Common Options - Look & Feel - Filter style information tab and check the colors box. Checking this box should remove should remove all color attributes during conversion.

During conversion check this box and ensure it is checked because reconverting books will use the previous settings unless told otherwise.
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