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Old 09-30-2011, 08:47 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by therealjoeblow View Post
Yep, I had an anchor, then the <div class="pagebreak"> then another anchor, then my chapter heading (h2). I moved the pagebreak to before the first anchor (so now I have div, a, a, h2) and it works fine, only this is a manual pain in the butt. I was hoping there was some way to tell Calibre to put these in the right order, regardless of how the original source put them, but I guess that's asking a bit much...

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If you have a Chapter per file, there really is no need for a chapter anchor.
(the #...) part in the NCX. the chapter_filename is enough. The file opens at the beginning in lieu of any directive.

You do need mid file anchors., but those are not the problem you are having.
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