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Old 11-09-2009, 04:59 PM   #4
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This file doesn't pass epubcheck, but none of the errors are significant for your problem.

Your @font-face CSS for Perpetua and Broadway seem to be over-ridden by file-specific CSS, which no longer defines the URL for the font.

Your BROADW.TFF font file is missing from the manifest

I believe that in @font-face declarations, non-generic font-family: attributes should be enclosed in "", as should the path in the url part of the src attribute. See the example in

http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-1...font-selection

Perhaps fixing these problem will improve consistency of rendering

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Originally Posted by brewt View Post
Liked the plan here, but wow, am I ever doing this wrong.

I can get it to embed it so that the calibre viewer can see it, but not adobe's. Even after re-installing adobe. Nor Sony.
Zulu doesn't do it, neither does fbreader (but I'm not sure they handle embedded fonts anyway).

Ideas? I keep hoping epub will be come more universalized in the viewings, but the different readers are vastly different in their interpretations of pretty much anything I produce - maybe I'm just bad at it.

-bjc
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