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Old 01-15-2014, 07:55 PM   #1
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Default line spacing and fonts?

Hi,

I'm upgrading to the T3 from the PRS-650 and first I've noticed the default font from the 650 is gone. I have found a few other fonts that look similar to the Dutch801 Rm BT font, however the line spacing is just off. I haven't changed the line spacing in my conversion. I'm not sure why the line spacing has moved from what 1.2em to what looks like .9em. Does anyone know what is going on? or what I can do to fix this?

I'm almost at the point where I want to ship the T3 back to where it came from and find another 650 device. I didn't anticipate needing to reconvert over 4,000 ebooks to fix line spacing, add/reference fonts, or to remove the out of control hyphens. I've been relying on the Sony's default fonts since the 500 model. It's a bit of a change to find a new one (the ones that came with the T3 did not work for me at all).

Why this device doesn't give the users the ability to add fonts (set one as default), adjust margins, line spacing, and etc.. is beyond me. Last time I heard the Nook/Kindle and I think the Kobo can do all that. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
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