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Old 06-02-2017, 07:12 PM   #18
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Anyway, the Book View makes easier to compare the EPUB with the image of the book
Use Preview for this. That way you can have your code in one window, and a preview of how it's rendering in another.

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After all verified, I clean up these unnecessary styles that Sigil generates with find/replace (usually text-indent).
Do your editing in Code View and there'll never be any unnecessary styles generated to clean up.


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It is a very good and popular software and we try to report all supposed problems to make it always better. Without pressure, right?!
Agreed. But Book View has long been way more trouble than it's worth. It's basically at a "edit books with it at your own peril" stage of life. Most heavy Sigil users use Book View as little as possible. Or if they DO use it, they learn to live with the code it generates. After all, those who don't want to deal with the html code under the hood can't really complain about the code that the WYSIWYG editor automatically generates for them.
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