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Old 07-12-2007, 02:46 PM   #8
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Now I'm confused: I thought at the end of your book, it showed....

...that it was compiled by BookDesigner.

Did you do two different passes?

Also, I just checked your 1.6 version, and its' the TOC that is not underlined, but I could have sworn that (on an earlier version?), it was the CHAPTERS in the text itself that were NOT undernined!



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Originally Posted by JSWolf View Post
How I got the ToC to have no underlines is an easy solution. I used html2lrf to convert the book. I downloaded the HTML version and because I didn't want to bother to fix the graphics (most have subtitles) I just used html2lrf to convert. I did do a little bit of cleaning up, but not all that much.

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