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Old 02-24-2010, 05:27 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Lago View Post
well, i still havent figured out the 1200 bit, i can only presume it has something to do with the old firmware.

but this is something else altogether. i am re-building a bunch of LIT files as IMP books. im using Clit to convert them to HTML, then copy/pasting to RTF, which i then import and edit in Ebook Publisher. seems to be going quite well, except i cant seem to find info on getting a working TOC. anyone have any advise?
Why not just import the html files. No need to convert to rtf. A TOC file is just an html file with href entries in it. At the top of the TOC put in a tag <a name="TOC"></a> to indicate the location of the toc entry. (A toc doesn't have to be in a file by itself.

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