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Old 08-09-2011, 01:00 PM   #1
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Opus default CSS

I have just bought a new Opus (very good value, thanks Tesco) and am very pleased with it.

I would like to change the default css; in particular to change paragraph format to no blank lines, but first line indented. I have managed to do this using calibre 'remove spacing between paragraphs' option; and 'converting' existing epub books to epub, but it is a bit of an effort and has to be repeated on each book.

Does anyone know if Opus supports a default CSS, or can be hacked to do so?

Thanks; Stephen
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As far as I know, it can't be changed.
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Thanks for the response. I've done a batch convert of most of my books using Calibre.
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For the most part, a conversion is unneeded, and might cause some other problems.

All you probably need is adding "p { margin: 0; text-indent: 1em; }" to the existing CSS file or modify the defined styles. I believe you can do it in Calibre with the "Tweak ePub" option.
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Thanks, I didn't know about the "Tweak ePub" option. It's certainly cleaner than a full convert. It would have been less convenient on my initial set of books as there is no batch option for it, but I may well use it in future.
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