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Old 07-11-2018, 06:49 PM   #24
DNSB
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Originally Posted by DiapDealer View Post
I used to reformat everything I bought to match my personal prefs, but I hardly ever do that any more. I think it was as much for learning/practicing ebook editing with Sigil as much as anything. Now that I have that down cold, I rarely feel compelled to do so.

These days, a ragged-right body-text alignment (or a ridiculous body-text font choice) is about the only thing that will put me off my game enough to pop the hood and quickly adjust. If it can't be fixed in seconds, and I can't ignore it, I'll put it away for a time when I might feel more motivated.
For me, ragged right is my preference but I will live with justified. Font choice, blank TOCs and line/paragraph spacing are my pet bugbears. Generally, those are the type of changes that takes a few seconds to implement for body text which is the only place I really care about.

If nothing else, it's good practice for my CSS and regex skills.
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