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Old 10-12-2010, 02:22 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by crutledge View Post
From my past experience, MobiPocket Creator and Kindlegen ignore toc.ncx. The toc must be built into the book file and then marked in semantics.
Ouch! I'm not sure I fancy having an in-line TOC in the epub. So much for my dream of using the epub format as the master ebook file.

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Originally Posted by nrapallo
Though it would be nice to be able to convert (using a series of reg-ex's or software) that toc.ncx into an external TOC.html and then append that to the end of the ebook....
Wonder if there's code within Calibre to do that. Calibre does put an inline TOC in the mobi output when starting with an epub.

Or maybe kindlegen can be taught to utilize the toc.ncx.
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