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Old 10-07-2012, 05:05 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by rfolwell View Post
I cannot make this work on a Kindle Touch, using either the <mbp:nu> approach or the prepended linked special space character trick (Kindlegen V2.5 under Windows). I don't have any other Kindle devices to test it on.

I know it can be done, as I can see it in the Ben Goldacre Kindle book "Bad Pharma" (free sample available). Really frustrating, as I think the ToC does look much better without underlines.
Why not download the sample, decompile it, and see how it's done?
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