Originally Posted by Doitsu
Even then it wouldn't work, since page numbers are stored in a separate .apnx file that KindleGen cannot generate, and, AFAIK, even though the APNX format
has been reverse-engineered by user_none
, no tool exists that'll generate a separate .apnx file with accurate page numbers from an NCX pagemap or a mobi file that was compiled with an NCX pagemap in it.
(Calibre can only generate algorithm-based .apnx files with page numbers.)
My xhtml files have references like <a id="page88">. Why can't Kindle just use that to refer to a location of a specific page number?