Originally Posted by JSWolf
Actually, there is a way. I've done it. Not on purpose, but by accident.
I too an ePub that had embedded fonts for use on my 505. But in Firefox, the base font did display because it was one of the ones I have in my fonts directory. So, when I converted that ePub to MS Reader, the base font was the same one I had specified.
That is the CSS used in the ePub and Fontin is installed in Windows.
This isn't really embedding the font within the .LIT though, just referencing to a system available font. A different can of beans entirely.