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Blogger allows in their WYSIWYG editor (What You See Is What You Get) to resize text in one of few options: (Smallest, Small, Normal, Large, Largest).

I've modified my template to change the <Group description="Page Text" selector="body"> to be 22px. Essentially making any default text in the blog of size 22px.

The problem is that now when I choose to set fonts as Largest in the post editor, the final result makes of an almost identical size between the two text styles, the normal Page Text and the "Largest" headings.

How can I re-set the Largest font to be bigger than 22px?

PS.

When editing posts in HTML mode of the editor, the "Largest" tag is represented as:

<span style="font-family: inherit; font-size: x-large;">TEXT GOES HERE</span>

And also, if I replace x-large with something like 80px, it will actually override that setting and show a correct 80px-sized text. How can I automate this and either replace x-large with 80px in the whole blog, or re-set x-large to equal 80px?

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