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Old 10-11-2019, 09:42 AM   #16
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My feeling is that if you need !important, you aren't doing your CSS correctly for your eBook.
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DoctorOhh, I used the code that you posted in Custom CSS Stylesheets and it worked perfectly for me! Thank You very-very-very much, man! You saved plenty of my time!!!

The font Constantia is amazing, it frees me from searching of configuring font-weight (is it possible though?)!

I can finally enjoy reading my books now, it's simply beautiful:

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