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Old 01-24-2013, 02:07 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by dassie View Post
So i'm trying to get calibre to remove all instances of 'text-align: justify' from the CSS.
This so I can choose the text-alignment for paragraphs myself from the reader.

I can remove the text-align tag altogether by adding it to the other CSS properties field in Look and Feel, but this will also remove text-align:center, so chapter titles and images will be left-aligned instead of centered. only justified styling needs to be removed. Filling in 'text-align: justify' does not work. I tried using find and replace but this only looks in the html, not the css.

Is there any way to remove a specific property-value combination from the CSS using calibre, or is the only way through an external CSS-editing tool?
Change the setting in look & feel.

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