Originally Posted by tompe
You can also use mobi2html to check that the generated code contains the correct tags for the TOC.
Not much help with mobiperl ... mobi2html unpacked to a single html file. Now that file did indeed contain my table of contents, at the very beginning ... so that tells me the information is in the file.
I also tried the reverse: use html2mobi to generate a brand new .mobi and see how it showed up on the kindle. This generated different results: a kindle document that had the table of contents embedded into it at the very beginning -- but not truly a TOC. You know for sure because the TOC menu selection is grayed out.
I guess that embedding the TOC as html at the beginning of the document is okay -- but not great. I'd really like it to work correctly.