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Old 10-07-2012, 03:25 AM   #129
kiwidude
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@ElMiko - I know meme had some future plans around TOC. I believe they involve a new dialog which you can use for manipulating the NCX file. So you will still have the existing Generate TOC dialog which will work like it does now of a heading tag hierarchy basis. But a second dialog would be a GUI wrapper for managing the NCX file without needing to change the document content, which will help people editing a book that has an existing TOC that is not heading based. That would allow you to reorder, flatten etc without having to edit the XML in the NCX directly. Obviously there are conflicts between the two approaches, a Generate TOC will lose all your customised Manage NCX TOC dialog changes just like it does now. But there is a need most certainly when editing books not created in Sigil.
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