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Old 05-10-2007, 04:11 PM   #8
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New version pielrf 1.6.

See the first post to download.
- Fixed DOS linebreak issue
- Added --bold command line switch to make whole book bold
- Added <toctext> flag for Table of Content
The "--bold" flag is simply a shortcut to the previously recommended "--fontweight=800" -- this sets all text to bold.

The new <toctext> places the given line of text at the current position in the table of contents page. It does not effect the Table of Contents Menu.

<toctext>Book I
<chapter>Chapter 1
Text for chapter 1...

<chapter>Chapter 2
Dadada...
<toctext>
<toctext>Book II
<chapter>Chapter 1
Creates a TOC Page...

Book I <--Text
Chapter 1 <--Button
Chapter 2 <--Button

Book II <--Text
Chapter 1 <--Button
The <chapter> tags create buttons, the <toctext> tags create plain text. A <toctext> alone on a line creates a vertical line break (blank line) in the Table of Contents -- as you can see in the example above, the break between "Chapter 2" and "Book II."

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