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Old 10-04-2008, 08:59 AM   #40
nrapallo
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Originally Posted by Patricia View Post
I think that it may be a good idea to load and make a separate BD file for each letter, (perhaps lumping x, y and z together.) Each could have its own TOC.
I actually liked using Mobipocket Creator (MPC) to make a TOC file using it's built-in 'Add Table of Contents' section. I specified my 'tag' for the first level and MPC placed an id for every letter in a separate TOC.html AND MPC added that id to the tag I had specified! Very fast and convenient. And all using HTML, no BD.

Next, all I'll have to do is pick an unused tag and then specify/place it at every tier-two point. Re-run the 'Add T0C' and use that revised TOC.html. BTW, I then just took those TOC entries from the TOC.html and placed them in the main .html at the beginning i.e. inline TOC. I then discarded the separate TOC.html file.

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At the end of the process, one could join the files together, maybe into one huge volume, but perhaps into several smaller ones.
That's a very good idea when working with large files! Hopefully it will allow BD to handle this dictionary.

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(I am not volunteering for this. As soon as I've recovered a bit, I've got the Supplemental volumes of the 1001 Nights on my to-do list.)
Yeah, 'to-do' lists complicate matters....
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