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The most canonical way to set styles globally is to set them in the Styles section. The basic set of styles for changing fonts are simply: body { font-family: Crimson; } h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6 { color:white; text-align:center; font-style:italic; font-weight:bold; } Open a book Right click Go to the Styles section Set styles


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I've figured it out. To make the inline footnote works, must put the footnotes in the "Footnotes" section. Here is the example: I have the file: "HDN is the best.html" <html> <head> <title>HDN is the best</title> </head> <body> <h1>Best of HDN</h1> <p><sup><a id='fs-1' ...


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I hadn't looked before so I did a little investigating. With Calibre 4.23 on Linux, I found that it's not exactly Calibre, it's the Reader. I don't know why this Reader (it's a newly re-written reader, but I don't know if the old one did this) is modifying the epub meta-data. There is no reason to do so that I'm aware of as bookmarks and other reading ...


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If you are starting with an .epub file, there is an editor program in the Calibre suite which can change anything in the .epub, including the fonts: C:\Program Files\Calibre\ebook-edit.exe But if you convert the file from .epub to .mobi, with any program including Calibre, it's then almost impossible to edit the resulting .mobi file. So you get stuck with ...


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After much trial, I finally got round the problem by breaking paragraph after each image.


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Kindle devices have the ability to receive books via a special email address. Each kindle has a unique address ending in kindle.com. You can use Calibre to send the books via email to your kindle through your own email address. However, if the end goal is to bypass Amazon entirely, this method would not suffice. Before sending any books to your kindle email ...


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When running the CLI Calibre tool called ebook-convert, you can specify --output-format=tablet which will not scale any images. I would assume the equivalent GUI option will have the same behaviour.


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