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Old 09-24-2009, 04:28 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Steve Jordan View Post
Checked stylesheet.css: The body style only provides margin specifications. Text on individual pages is enclosed in standard P tags, with no font sizes specified.

Is there a setting in Calibre that is inserting font sizes, something that can be reset to omit that? Or is Calibre looking for a font declaration of some sort in the ePub files?
If you are using the commane line, I suggest using the --base-font-size option.

ebook-convert eBook.epub .lrf --margin-top=0 --margin-bottom=0 --margin-left=0 --margin-right=0 --base-font-size=10
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