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Forced justification: The text of all Kindle books is “force justified,” meaning that with the exception of the last line of a paragraph, all the words that fit on a line spread out so that the rightmost letter of the rightmost word sits exactly on the right margin, creating a solid cylinder of text.
Some people love justified text. I hate it, especially on computer-based text displays with either no hyphenation or hyphenation controlled by software. Inevitably books end up with lines where the words just don’t fit right, and a force-justified line suffers from giant gaps between the words. It drives me crazy, and I have no way to turn it off.
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