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Old 10-06-2018, 05:19 PM   #1
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Customised CSS

I have noticed there are quite a few CSS files in the system folder of PocketBook's firmware.
  • Has anyone tried to customise the looks of the ePub reader by tweaking those files? Does it actually work? Examples appreciated.
  • Is there a way to have the modifications take precedence on the internal CSS of the ePub?
  • And finally: What is the clause to include in the ePub reader to force the ePub reader to display all ePub files as justified with hyphenation enabled?

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I have noticed there are quite a few CSS files in the system folder of PocketBook's firmware.
  • Has anyone tried to customise the looks of the ePub reader by tweaking those files? Does it actually work? Examples appreciated.
  • Is there a way to have the modifications take precedence on the internal CSS of the ePub?
  • And finally: What is the clause to include in the ePub reader to force the ePub reader to display all ePub files as justified with hyphenation enabled?

Thanks!
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