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Old 04-19-2007, 09:20 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by pitolee
Have tried creating links and succeeded. However, the links underline only the first word in the sentence - or just the chapter number.

I tried to carefully select the whole sentence, as described in HarryT's tutorial, and it looked nice in BD and in RTF, but when I converted to LRS it underlined just one word or one number. Ex:

1 . The Beginning of This Story
or
1. The Beginning of This Story

The end result I'm looking for, in both the Table of Contents and in the Chapter Titles should look like this:

1. The Beginning of This Story

I can't figure out how to do this...Is there a way to create a multi-word underlined link?
It is hapenning because BD creates two-way links which are adjusted for the notes where there is a sence to underline the first word only. But developing this approach, I did not think that the users will create an additional TOC because the Reader has its own .

Well, the reality turned out more complicated, so the algorithm has to be adjusted to it. It can be done in the following ways:

1. To skip the underlying of the linked titles.
2. To skip the back links in the titles (it wiil skip the underlying also).
3. To underline titles completely.

So, tell me what one do you want, and I will do it when I have a time.
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