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Old 09-21-2012, 04:07 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by Doitsu View Post
I'm also very impressed by the many new features that you guys added. Unfortunately, I also found a bug in the inline TOC code of the 32bit Windows version.

When Sigil 0.5.905 first generates an inline TOC, it uses the following address format:

Code:
<a href="Text/file.html#toc_marker">Chapter Title</a>
This works great in Sigil 0.5.905, but it doesn't work in ADE. The format should be:

Code:
<a href="../Text/file.html#toc_marker">Chapter Title</a>
To replicate this issue generate the NCX TOC and then the HTML TOC. Validate the epub. Flightcrew will complain about unreachable files in the <spine> and <manifest> sections.

The weird thing is when I opened the very same epub file again, all HTML TOC links were displayed correctly even though TOC.html was still missing the ../ path specification.
Noted and will fix for the next release.
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