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Old 10-12-2010, 03:24 PM   #8
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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....
Even nicer would be to have the toc.ncx used and the toc inserted at a location specified. This should be possible since the epub file is already in sections. A reader starting at the begining would encounter the toc where expected and gain the info a toc should provide. PG does this. A simple listing of the number of chapters appears at the end of the file. A full-up toc appears at the beginning.

And all of this in defiance of the epub standardization groups.
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