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Old 11-10-2009, 09:01 AM   #6
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The books being discussed here have the fonts inside the ePub, so should display the font on any ePub reader that handles custom fonts.

If you made an ePub with references to fonts inside a particular reader's fonts folder, one a reader without the fonts installed the ePub reader should just use its default fonts.

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Originally Posted by FizzyWater View Post
If I made epubs like this, and later put them on a new reader that doesn't have a "Fonts" folder (or have the fonts saved into it), would the ebooks be unreadable, or would it simply display them in the default fonts?
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