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Old 03-20-2009, 05:27 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by wallcraft View Post
There is an "always use my fonts" option under the CSS settings tab, but it does not seem to have any effect (one way ot the other) on the ePubs I tried.
Yes, I normally use that option and it works for me with epub. I was just seeing if the CSS font issue was fixed yet. I like having the option of using my own font, but there are times when the fonts specified in the ebook make a difference, just as in a paper book. Yes, most books are fine with any old font. But some books benefit from good typography. The words may be the same, but a font can add a "feel" to the work.
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