Thread: Calibre 4.2
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Old 10-22-2019, 08:32 PM   #48
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First, the only response I saw Kovid give about this little bug in 4.* is that he couldn't replicate it.

Second, glad to know that someone else has seen this little bug in the File Preview.

Third, my video driver is up-to-date, so blaming it on an outdated driver has to be false.

Rev. Bob said:
"I will observe that I did not see this two-step refresh on 3.x, though. I can definitely tell that calibre 4.x’s rendering engine is first displaying the default HTML styles, then applying the ebook’s stylesheet(s) with a refresh."

This is exactly what's happening, and it still doesn't make sense to me. Oh, well...

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