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Old 02-11-2013, 02:36 PM   #6
elibrarian
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Originally Posted by meme View Post
Just edit the sgc-toc.css to what you want it to be, right-click on it, then save it to a template folder somewhere. For your next book, just add the file to your book, and run Create HTML TOC - the sgc-toc.css file will not be overwritten.
Makes sense. (But I'm so bloody lazy - so I would want to influence the css made by Sigil when generated - just to save a few clicks ...)

And this doesn't cater for the "Table of Contents" text at top of the file.
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