On Friday, April 20, 2012 at roughly 9:16:05 PM, Dan Lewis wrote:
Home page of Sigil:
Sigil is a multi-platform EPUB ebook editor with the following features.
It has a "book view" (for seeing what the text will look like) and a
"code view" for editing the underlying xhtml files of the text. One of
the things it has is this file: stylesheet.css contained in the "Book
Browser". All of the styles used in the document are defined here.
Editing can be done in "book view" and "code view". I have modified
the stylesheet.css file (Book Browser), the xhtml files (code view), and
the text (book view).
Download files are listed in the Feature section on the left side
of the Sigil home page (link above).
Ah, sounds nice. I am using Calibre, which allows me to "explode" the epub
into all the style sheets and xhtml files, which I then edit with either
Bluefish or KompoZer (or cssed in the case of the stylesheets). I'll give it a
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Re: [libreoffice-users] Page Styles not consistent · Tom Davies
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