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Su-Laine Yeo

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What this topic says is  “You can copy and edit this file to create custom styling for your output.” (It is referring to both the commonltr.css file and the commonrtl.css file, but for most of the world's languages all you need to worry about is the commonltr.css file.)

In other words, make a copy of the commonltr.css file and give the copy a different file name, such as “my_commonltr.css”. Then edit “my_commonltr.css”. After that, you will point XMetaL to the my_commonltr.css file so that it automatically uses that file when generating HTML output. Does this make sense so far?