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Old 07-06-2007, 12:53 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Dr. Drib View Post
By the way, I think I know what causes a blank page to occur between the Contents and the Chapter I. - with me, it usually happens when I do a forced page break. (However, even when the word Chapter is set to Title attribute, one doesn't always get a forced new page...go figure.)
I think in this case it's for no more mysterious a reason than the fact that, in the "small" font size, the contents list goes right to the very bottom of the page, and the blank line below the last entry in the contents gives the blank page. If you switch to "Medium" font size, the contents goes half way down the next page, and there's no blank page.

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There are so many weird anomolies in BD. I've experimented with ways to get rid of the overhanging underline on a linked Contents page - but not satisfactorily. I've even experimented with a small bullet, but I'm not happy with that look. I wish we could do away with underlined links altogether....I hope that's being worked on in the next incarnation of this great program.

A while ago vvv said that there there was no way to eliminate the "hanging underline". He did say, though, that the next version would underline all the "link words" rather than just the first one.


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Getting back to that extended, overhaning left line on a link: I'm wondering if it's caused because there's an indentation that we don't see on Paragraph mode?
It's definitely an indentation, yes!

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Has anyone experimented, do you know, with creating styles? I'm afraid to experiment, thinking I might screw up something forever.. Then I would never be able to upload a book again.
Is there a way of creating styles? Like you, I don't want to risk "breaking" anything .

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Anyway, your new version now matches all the Edgar Wallace titles from you that I've downloaded.

Thanks!
It's my pleasure.
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