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Old 03-04-2013, 06:51 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Doitsu View Post
I had another look at my source file and noticed that there was an extra space before the closing quotation mark of the inflection defintion.

If you used my code as a template, you might have inadvertently copied the extraneous spaces, which will mess up the dictionary functionality.
I did notice and fixed that but still had the same issue. I wonder if this is why I saw that my 'simple' test file with just one entry did not show any index entry? I.e. since there was only on entry it was the 'last' entry and so didn't show?

With a 'fixed' file do your reader show all index entries or just three?

I'd like to test if this is a bug with kindlegen or the Kindle itself by testing a prc file versus an azw file. Where can I get the software that you used to generate the prc (for Mac)?
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