Set text-align:left

Hi, I’m currently working on a project where the global CSS sets the default text alignment to ‘justify’. However, we’ve encountered a scenario where the client occasionally needs to use left-aligned text. The issue arises with Redactor, as it doesn’t recognize ‘justify’ as the default alignment due to the CSS settings. Consequently, when opting for left alignment, Redactor doesn’t add the style=“text-align: left;” attribute to the element, presumably because it assumes left alignment is already the default.

Is there a way to configure Redactor to acknowledge ‘justify’ as the default text alignment? Alternatively, can I force Redactor to explicitly add the style=“text-align: left;” attribute when left alignment is selected, despite its default assumptions?