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Old 09-12-2012, 01:28 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by TrevN View Post
I noticed Sigil had given the same id attribute (heading_id_2) to the h1 tags in most (but not all) of my xhtml files. I changed them all so they were numbered consecutively (heading_id_1, heading_id_2, ....._3, etc) and saved the book. When I opened up the book again, in Sigil, it changed all the id attributes back to heading_id_2.

Does anyone know why this happens and how to overcome it?
I never noticed this behaviour, Sigil never changes id's which are already there. Even if you press "Create toc from headings"

This behaviour will result in duplicate id's if you merge 2 files.

Sorry, but test it again !
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