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Old 03-01-2013, 07:11 AM   #22
Notjohn
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Originally Posted by Jimmy-Jim View Post
This seems to be an issue with KF8 ebooks on the Paperwhite. I've ran into the exact same problem with "Times New Roman" being defined using an inline style on virtually every html element. This seems to prevent the user from changing to any other font. Any user agent, whether it be a web browser, ebook reader, etc., shouldn't behave that way; the user should always be able to select their preferred font.....
I don't believe it was the publisher's intention to lock the ebook to a specific font. Properly made ebooks with embedded fonts do not behave this way.
Was the publisher a known brand, or could this have been an author-publisher's work?

That TNR was specified throughout makes me think that it was auto-converted from a Word doc.

Thanks - NJ
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