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Old 09-08-2013, 04:37 AM   #571
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Originally Posted by Julius Caesar View Post
When I unpack a book with Kindle Unpack and repack it with Kindlegen, I got a warning: "No Page map found in the book" and search by page number is no longer available for that particular book. The page numbers are gone even though I didn't make any modification to the source files after unpacking and even though reference to page numbers are preserved in the original source files. After unpacking, I could still see a reference in each xhtml file like <a id="page88">. So, I don't know what's going on.

What is a page map and what does it look like?

How can I make my own if it's missing?

Is there anyway I can unpack and repack a Kindle book without breaking the page numbers?
Not until someone amends KindleUnpack to extract the pagemap into the format that KindleGen expects.
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