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Old 10-10-2009, 02:43 AM   #2
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Export from where? And how are you checking that they're lost?

Because there are two possible explanations:
  1. the exporting program is stripping the superscript/subscripts.
  2. the reading program isn't displaying the coded superscipt/subscripts.
ePub does superscripts and subscripts using the vertical-align CSS attribute. You could expand the ePub you've created and take a look at the code to see whether it's the exporter or the reader that's causing your problem.

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Originally Posted by cyberbaffled View Post
Anyone know of a way to export an epub file such that superscripts and subscripts aren't lost?
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